Yuan Dynasty Cizhou-type Ware White-Ground Black-Painted Teabowl


A bowl fired in a Cizhou-type kiln during the Yuan dynasty. Its thick body is coated with white slip, and a modest iron painting adorns its surface. Notably, during this era, Cizhou-type kilns were producing larger vessels primarily for miscellaneous purposes. However, this bowl is perfectly sized for use as a tea bowl. The wide exposed area around the foot stands out for its exceptional earthy texture, and the smooth texture acquired through ageing adds to its appeal.

In terms of condition, there are no noticeable defects apart from some kiln damage. Overall, it is in excellent condition and is accompanied with a box.

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