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 Qingbai-type glaze; the base of the jar and underside of the cover remain unglazed revealing the pale grey body. The cover has a carved pattern to give it the appearance of a tiled roof; this jar represents a granary. Around the waist of the jar are two decorative incised lines.
Height 7.25 cm. Notwithstanding the very small firing fault at the rim edge, both jar and cover are in fine condition with no restoration or repair.
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