A porcelain stem-cup was uniquely molded.
By a geometric pattern of lines and circles which were composed by dozens of pointed clay dunes on the outer surface, the stem-cup was applied with the milky-yellow glaze inside and outside until to the portion of the stem trunk.
Obvious glaze crackles and fading condition were caused by the enduring age when one minute old chip was found on the mouth rim.
The ancient ware was preserved very well without any cracks and free of any restorations.
In a fine look and as a unique type, this stem-cup is a sought-after piece to your collection of early Chinese ceramics and truly a museum piece for treasuring.
Date: Northern Qi Dynasty(5th/6th),
Some similar pieces are in the documentatiion.
Height: 11.6cm. Width: 9.5cm.
A CUSTOM-MADE SILK BOX IS INCLUDED.