Southern Song Dynasty Small Jar Covered With Brown Glaze | China,12-13CSOLD OUT
A brown glazed jar fired during the Southern Song Dynasty. It may have been made by the Hongtang kiln in Fujian Province or other kilns around the Min Jiang basin, which are closely related to the Japanese tea ceremony.
This small jar, which has a splendid flared base, is not something that can be likened to the so-called Karamono tea caddy. However, those Karamono tea caddies that were brought from China to Japan were just small jars and transformed into tea caddies by tea masters.
There are no notable defects and the condition is good.
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