Chinese Early Song Dynasty Celadon Jarlet
This small stoneware jar, or jarlet, was made during the 9th - 10th century, either during the Five dynasties period (907 - 960 AD) or the early part of the Song Dynasty (AD 960 - 1279). It is quite "heavily-potted" and both inner and outer surfaces are coated in an olive-green glaze that has word thin on part of the outer surface. It has a flat unglazed base with marks showing it was fired on three pads.
Diameter 7.25 cm. It is in good condition with no restoration or repair.
This item is part of a recently acquired old English collection comprising mostly Ming Dynasty blue & white porcelain but also including a few earlier celadons and some South-East Asian ceramics.
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