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Late 19th/20th Century Yixing Tea Bowl with Calligraphy

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 Sold to China - December 2012 售至中国 - 2012 年12月 
An Yixing tea bowl with turquoise glazed interior and a with short poem painted in white enamel to the outside. The calligraphy reads "Shi Quan Zhu Lu" which translates "Rock (mountain) Spring Bamboo Stove". Thoughout China's long history tea drinking has been closely associated with Scholars . These words evoke the scholarly ideal of contemplation in a mountain retreat. This item was made in China, circa 1880-1920, during the late 19th or early 20th Century. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 5.5cm (2.2inches) high; 7.4cm (2.8inches) diameter.

19世纪末/20世纪 宜兴紫砂茶碗