Chinese Song / Yuan Dynasty Qingbai Glazed Porcelain Jar
This attractive covered jar was made during the 13th / 14th Century (Song / Yuan Dynasty). It is coated inside and out in a pale greenish Qingbai-type glaze. The cover has a carved pattern to give it the appearance of a tiled roof; this jar represents a granary.
Diameter 8.75 cm. There is a small chip to the underside edge of the cover and a very fine hairline, very difficult to see and most likely caused during manufacture, at the rim of the jar. No repair or restoration; very good overall condition.
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