Yuan Dynasty Longquan Celadon Teabowl


A celadon teabowl fired in the Longquan kiln during the Yuan dynasty. The rounded wall rises from a small base, and the rim is slightly inward. The celadon glaze is applied entirely and wiped off only inside the foot, leaving marks on the footring. Although it was made in the waning period, the style of the Song dynasty firmly remained in the fine body and the delicate combed patterns. It is a piece that has a nobility typical of Longquan kiln.

There are three minor repairs with Kintsugi on the rim, and several hairlines are mixed into crazing. It comes with a box.

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