A Jizhou Tortoiseshell-Glazed Bowl of Southern Song Dy.
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A Jizhou bowl was characteristically yielded on the surface with striking kiln effects(Yaobian).
Transparent and in flowing look, the glaze was suffused with mix tints of milky brown blue and white colours.
The bowl was finely mold in typical Wan form when flat bottom with shallow foot ring was supported underside.
Frets were found around the mouth rim and old crackles were rendered in the glaze due to age.
Date: Southern Song Dynasty, 12th century.
Width: 12.2cm, Height: 5.8cm.
A CUSTOM-MADE SILK BOX IS INCLUDED.