Qing Dynasty Yunnan Huaning Ware Bowl with Opaque Whitish Glaze | China, 18C


A bowl baked in Yunnan during the Qing dynasty. It must have been used as a rice bowl. In the Yuan dynasty, blue and white pottery had already been produced in Yunnan, but many kilns abandoned the production of blue and white after the Ming dynasty when a large amount of Jingdezhen porcelain was brought over. This piece is made at the Huaning kiln, which found a way to continue the production of ceramics with Jun ware type pottery, and is thickly coated with an opaque whitish glaze reminiscent of Madara Karatsu.

There are no noticeable defects except the shaved part on the base, which is probably a flaw in the kiln.

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