A Rare Qingbai Bowl with Two Qilong Loops.
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All Items: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1492: item # 1161265
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A Qingbai bowl was mold neatly in egg-shell body wall.
Translucent and in greenish tint, the bowl was presented as a highly-appraised type of Qingbai ware of the dated periods.
Two loops were squeezed and carved as fairy animal Qilongs and were adhered on the sides.
The Qilongs were manually done in simple but streneous way.
It was a rare type.
The delicate bowl was fired upside down. So the rim was unglazed and was wrapped with metal band which was oxidized and fragile now. But it was kept intact.
The bowl was kept in perfect condition. Some glaze crackles were found without penetrating the wall.
Some similar pieces are in the documentation.
Date: Northern Song Dynasty., 960-1127.
Width between two handles: 13cm.
A CUSTOM-MADE SILK BOX IS INCLUDED.