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A Rare Yaozhou Five-Feet XinLu of N. Song Dynasty.

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A Rare Yaozhou Five-Feet XinLu of N. Song Dynasty.


A Yaozhou incense burner or XinLu was intriguingly squeezed with five feet.
In saucer form, the body was decorated with carved motifs on the surface of the rim.
It was preserved in very good condition by nice glaze when sandy-tinted incursion were happened in portions.
One broken foot was caused during burial.
A nice restoration may do it's justice. But I would rather to leave it the buyer to decide.
It was a sought-after piece for a Yaozhou ware even if with the original defect.
Some examples are in the documentation.

Date: Northern Song Dynasty, 960-1127.

Width: 10.5cm, Height: 5cm.

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