Stoneware kiln support with disc base and three small spurs. The kiln support has a coarse brown body.
- Made in: China
- Height: 11 millimetres
- Diameter: 34 millimetres
Published PDF date : Southern SongRoom 95 label text:
Small firing support
Sir Percival David collected this small firing support with a disc base and three small spurs in Hangzhou in 1935. When the Jin army invaded the Northern Song Capital in AD 1127 the court fled south and established a new capital in modern Hangzhou. The emperor set up a kiln to recreate the Ru wares he admired so much but the local guan
Possibly used at guan kilns
Hangzhou, Zhejiang province
Southern Song, AD 1127 - 1279
PDF Card: Collected by Sir Percival David in 1935 at Hangzhou.
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Object reference number: RRC39577
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