Ming Dynasty Cizhou-type Ware White Slip BottleSOLD OUT
A Cizhou-type ware bottle fired in Shanxi province in the early Ming dynasty. White slip is applied to the body made of hard porcelaneous clay and covered with a transparent glaze.
High-quality white porcelain works comparable to Ding ware had been produced in Shanxi Province, including the Jiexiu kiln. However, the number of kilns increased, but the number of high-quality white porcelain production declined due to war during the late Ming to early Yuan dynasty. Besides its functionally beautiful shape, the thick glaze is also a worthy point of this period. Although this is an excavated piece, it maintains the lustrous and beautiful ivory-colored skin.
There are Kintsugi repairs, two on the rim and one on the base. Comes with a box.
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