Yuan Dynasty Longquan Celadon JarletSOLD OUT
Longquan celadon jarlet fired in Lishui prefecture in southwestern Zhejiang Province at the end of the Yuan dynasty. It has a neat shape with a squeezed hip, and a blue-green glaze is applied until the side of the bottom. The upper and lower half is formed by joint moulding and firing. This piece is sleek, undecorated, and possibly a little older than the two ears or relief design examples found in Southeast Asia.
It is small but a fine piece that is appreciated the excellent glaze tone of the Longquan celadon. Although it is an excavated piece, it has no damage on the skin and keeps a glossy glaze. There are no noticeable defects other than a minor chip on the bottom. Come with a box.
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