Ming Dynasty Yunnan Ware Sake Bottle with Abstract Pattern in Iron Painting | China, 15C

¥32,000 JPY

A sake bottle fired in Yuxi kiln in Yunnan province in the Ming dynasty. An abstract pattern that looks like snakes or bats in iron painting is drawn on the shoulder.Since the style is different from the Dairi kiln and Yuxi kiln, which leave the remnants of grave goods, it is inferred that this piece was made in other small local kilns. Locally produced cobalt is often used for painting in Yunnan, but using iron oxide is relatively rare.

There are no defects and no water leaks other than one repair on the rim and one on the base.

W11cm × H20cm
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