Qing Dynasty Shanxi Cizhou-type Ware Black Glazed Small Jar | China, 19CSOLD OUT
A black-glazed small jar, fired in Shanxi province during the Qing dynasty, was probably crafted in a Cizhou-type ware kiln that spread throughout North China. The double-coated iron glaze’s tone resembles Henan Tenmoku, but the rough sand attached base and the abacus-like shape are reminiscent of the Korean ceramic. As well as the oil jar on the peninsula, this jar was probably a lamp jar.
There is no flaw and the condition is very good. It is thickly glazed both inside and outside, and there is almost no oily odour.
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