Shallow, white, porcellanous bowl, with rolled rim and a wide foot ring, recessed in the centre. The foot ring is unglazed.
- Made in: Hebei (province)
- (Asia,China,Hebei (province))
- Height: 42 millimetres
- Diameter: 144 millimetres
Published PDF date : Tang 9th centuryRoom 95 label text:
White bowl with clear glaze
This type of white ware bowl was made in Northern China and was traded widely. Similar examples have been found in, for example, Samarra in Iraq.
Stoneware with clear glaze
Xing or Ding ware邢窯或者定窯
Neiqiu, Lincheng or Quyang county, Hebei province 河北省, 内丘縣, 臨城縣, 或者曲陽縣
Tang dynasty, about AD 800–900
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Object reference number: RRC39238
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