Guangdong stoneware miniature water-pot of globular form with three small feet, two loop handles at the neck, and a ring of eight raised knobs on shoulder. The water-pot has a dark body and bluish glaze with purple 'splashes'. Where exposed, the body is dark brown. The ends of the feet are unglazed.
- Made in: China
- Height: 38 millimetres
- Width: 49 millimetres
Published PDF date : Qing 18thCRoom 95 label text:
This vessel is covered with a jun-style glaze
Stoneware with jun-style glaze
Probably Shiwan (pronounced Shekwan in Cantonese) ware 石灣窯
Probably Foshan, Nanhai county, Guangdong province, 廣東省, 南海縣, 佛山
Qing dynasty or Republican period, about AD 1800–1949
Guangdong stoneware miniature water-pot of globular form with three small feet and two loop handles at the neck. Ring of eight raised knobs on shoulder. Dark body covered in bluish glaze with purple 'splashes'. Ends of feet unglazed and exposed body dark brown.
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Object reference number: RRC39747
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