Ganzhou stoneware jar, with imitation basketwork lower exterior. The jar has brown glaze on the lip and interior, and white glaze studs on the shoulder.
- Made in: JiangxiGanzhou
- (Asia,China,Jiangxi (province))
- Height: 113 millimetres
Published PDF date : 12th-13thCRoom 95 label text:
This rounded bowl has a flat base. An iron-brown glaze covers the inside and the thickened rolled rim. The outside is scored with horizontal lines around the neck in two bands and with concentric lines around the body. It is biscuit-fired. There is a horizontal row of studs which are covered with an opaque cream glaze around the shoulder. These bowls were made in imitation of basketwork rice-measures. A related example was recovered from the Shinan ship wreck dateable to AD 1323.
Stoneware with incised decoration, biscuit-fired, iron-brown and cream glaze
Ganzhou ware 赣州窯
Ganzhou, Jiangxi province江西省, 赣州市
Southern Song dynasty, AD 1127–1279
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Object reference number: RRC38740
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