Qing Dynasty Cizhou-type Ware White Glazed Jar | China, 17-18C


A white-glazed jar baked in a Cizhou ware kiln during the Qing dynasty. It has a shape similar to the Korean lantern form jar, but it is moulded by winding up instead of a trunk joint, show a more old-fashioned impression. In addition to the pale gradation of glaze over time, the surface is rusted, and pink coloured stain makes the scenery attractive.

There are some minor flaws that occurred during the kiln process, but no other noticeable defects and the condition is generally good. Originally it was a wine jar with a lid, but the long, curvy vessel shape is ideal for flower arrangements.

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