A Jiangyang Temmoko bowl was decorated with radiating russet splashes on the surface.
It was a rare type of this kind in Jiangyang wares.
Enduring old crackles were yielded naturally in the glaze when retrospective sheen was reflected on the surface.
It was used to be coated on the mouth rim with silver band. The silver band had long gone and only left with the residues around.
The bowl was kept in perfect condition without any restorations.
One burst bubble was found nearing to the foot ring.
Date: Song Dynasty, 960-1279.
It was published in the famous Chinese antique magazine ART&COLLECTION, April edition.
Width: 12.8. Height: 7.1cm.
A SILK BOX IS INCLUDED.