Southern Song Dynasty Double Ears Jar | China, 12-13C


A double ears jar with a long and shouldered silhouette. It was probably fired around the Cizao kiln in Fujian Province during the Southern Song dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty and exported to Southeast Asia.

Because of its lack of stability, it is highly likely that it was used as a liquid carrying bottle or as a burial item. It seems that it was made to imitate a plum bottle vase, but it looks unusual probably due to its unglaze.

Although it is aged, there are no notable defects and no water leakage.

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