Stoneware offering bowl with round bottom, curving wall and inverted rim. The bowl has brown glaze with flecks of yellow on exterior, and an interior of brown glaze with a purple-brown area at the bottom.
- Made in: Jingdezhen (?)
- (Asia,China,Jiangxi (province),Jingdezhen)
- Diameter: 225 millimetres
Published PDF date : SongRoom 95 label text:
Alms bowl with iron-brown glaze
This bowl is much larger than the Tang dynasty alms bowl which it copies. It is covered with an iron-brown glaze with flecks of paler brown.
Stoneware with iron-brown glaze
Qing dynasty, AD 1800–1911
On display: G95/dc12/sh7
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Object reference number: RRC38724
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