Ngô dynasty to Lý dynasty Celadon Jar with Four Ears DecorationSOLD OUT
An ash-glazed jar fired in northern Vietnam around 900 to 1000s, from the Ngô dynasty to the early Lý dynasty. This piece was created amid the momentum toward independence after The Third Era of Northern Domination and called ‘Annan’ under the Tang dynasty. It has an S-shaped vessel with a narrow waist and wide mouth and has two ring lines and four ears on the shoulder. While using Yue-type celadon glaze and style, the light green skin that shows the Vietnam’s unique colouration and shape is impressive.
An extremely rare piece that retains its original condition with almost no acquired damage. The rim glaze is wiped off before firing, but the inside is covered with glaze, making it suitable for use as a flower vase.
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