Longquan-type stoneware cup stand with raised flange and five-lobed rim., standing on a splayed foot. The cup has a pale body covered in translucent blue-green glaze with fine crackle. The base is glazed, which is opaque yellowish-brown from firing. There are three small spur marks on the foot rim, which is glazed.
- Made in: Huangpu
- (Asia,China,Shaanxi (province),Huangpu)
- Height: 33 millimetres
- Diameter: 164 millimetres
- Diameter: 93 millimetres (base)
Published PDF date : Southern Song 12thCRoom 95 label text:
Cup stand with celadon glaze
Potters have applied a white slip to the base and to the dish of this stoneware cup stand. The glaze has been applied in two layers. It was made for a bowl or cup. later cup stands have an inner ring on the top. This was fired on its base.
Stoneware with slip and blue-green glaze with fine crackle
Henan or Shaanxi province 河南 或者 陕西省
Late Northern Song or Jin dynasty, about AD 1050–1200
Longquan-type stoneware cup stand with raised flange and five-lobed rim., standing on a splayed foot. Pale body covered in translucent blue-green glaze with fine crackle. Glaze on base opaque yellowish-brown from firing. Foot rim glazed with three small spur marks.
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Object reference number: RRC39283
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