Trần Dynasty Ash Glazed Bowl


An ash-glazed bowl fired during the Trần dynasty in Đại Việt (now northern Vietnam). A thin body made of high-quality white clay is covered with a transparent glaze, giving it a fresh white-green colour like the cut pear. The ring spurmarks remain in the centre of the interior, and the green glaze is pooled in the corner. The flat-bottomed metal-like shape, which is presumed to be India and the Khmer influence, matches the rise of Buddhism in northern Vietnam at that time.

Optimal depth and capacity for making tea. A crack on the bottom occurred during the kiln process, and the glaze flakings on the rim and the sides of the bottom. There are no noticeable defects, and the condition is generally good. Come with a box.

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