Eastern Han Green Glazed Ear Cup


A green glazed cup with two handles fired in the Han dynasty. It was a burial item that imitates the same shape of lacquerware used at banquets at that time. Han’s green glaze pottery is usually soft like brick, but this piece has an almost like high-fired grey ware, and the glaze is also brownish. The title is from the Eastern Han, but the production period could be a little earlier.

The glaze flaking is noticeable on the outside of the vessel, but inside is very graceful. In addition to the varied glaze colours, the abundant glaze pool inside is also a highlight. A chip on the ear was occurred during the kiln process and was covered with a glaze. Comes with a storage box labelled “Chinese Tomb Excavation”.

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