Qing Dynasty Bluish-White Porcelain Double Hundled Small Jar | China, 17-18C


A small double-handled jar fired during the Ming-Qing dynasty. It must have been made as a household item in Guangdong or Fujian kilns. It rises rounded from a small, shallowly carved base and leaves the extensive waves of potter’s wheel on the surface. It is an old-fashioned work that follows the flow of Qingbai ware in the Zhejiang region of China.

It is partly spotted and tasteful coloured stained on the rim. Minor flaws can be seen on the base, but they are not noticeable.

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