Tang Dynasty Brown Glazed Jar


A brown glazed jar fired in the late Tang dynasty. It has a bulgy shape body and two lines designed on the shoulders. It is inferred to be made in one of the kilns in Gongyi City, Henan Province, which is the main production area of ​​Tang Sancai, and uses the same clay and glaze.

This type of jar probably had a lid and was not a ritual vessel but a container for water and wine. Alcohol consumption was deeply linked to literary arts during the Tang, and the poet Du Fu from Gongyi also wrote many poems about wines.

There are no noticeable defects other than the glaze flakings on the rim and the kiln chips on the torso. Come with a box.

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