An Excavation Ewer from the Six Dynasties Period
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All Items: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre AD 1000: item # 790096
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|Description: In greenish straw glaze, a Zhejiang porcelaneous ewer was finely molded in good shape. Can be a wonderful example of the famed Yueyao wares, the pot was preserved with the original excavation condition without any restoration. By the least abrasions though, the pot's surface was in somehow dry-some feel. It was resulted from the long time of burial. Well stand in an elegant profile, the ewer owned a charming atmosphere by its fluently crafted handle and spout. The bottom was concave and was yielded characteristically with brick-red tint. It was caused from the high temperature of firing. Adding with the convincing and sophisticated glaze, they verified the ware's authenticity clearly. Date: Six Dynasties(AD220-589), Height: 13.8cm.|