Porcelain ovoid ewer with loop handle, slightly curving spout and domed cover. The ewer has a white body and blue-toned glaze. There is a leaf and flower panel incised on the cover, and an animal in flight incised on the body. The mouth-rim is stained reddish-brown.
- Height: 235 millimetres
- Width: 131 millimetres
- Depth: 76 millimetres
Published PDF date : 20thCRoom 95 label text:
Wine ewer with qingbai glaze
This porcelain wine ewer has a long handle, slightly curving spout and domed cover. It is decorated with an incised design of a leaf and flower panel on cover, and an animal in flight on the body. The mouth-rim is stained reddish-brown. It is covered with a qingbai glaze imitating earlier Song dynasty wares.
Porcelain with incised design and qingbai glaze
Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province 江西省, 景德鎮
Republican, AD 1912–1949
White porcelain ovoid ewer with loop handle, slightly curving spout and domed cover. Covered with blue-toned glaze and decorated with incised design of leaf and flower panel on cover, and animal in flight on body. Mouth-rim stained reddish-brown.
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Object reference number: RRC39361
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