Yuan Dynasty Jun Ware Double Handled Jarlet


A double-handled jarlet fired in the Yuan dynasty and retrieved from the shipwreck. The plump body is made of grey-brown clay, and the blueish opaque glaze is applied until the side of the bottom. The upper and lower halves of the body are moulded separately and jointed. The design of the Jun ware, which originated in Yuxian, Henan Province, has spread to various parts of China, including South China in the Yuan dynasty. Still, they mainly were larger vessels, a rare example of this type of jarlet.

Because it was sunken in the sea for a long time, the surface’s texture has been affected. There are two chips and some minor chips on the lip. It comes with a box.

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