Qing Dynasty Blue and White Porcelain Teabowl


A blue and white teabowl crafted around southern Shanxi during the Qing Dynasty. It uses clay containing a lot of kaolin that makes a clear tapping sound. The patterns drawn on the blue and white wares of the north were copying from Jingdezhen and it is presumed that this pattern is also reffering from there. While the brushstrokes on this piece may appear clumsy and the lines irregular and blurred, this simplicity adds to its charm and character.

There are some minor chips and unglazed spots on the lip, as well as some chips on the foot, but the overall condition is generally good.

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