Chinese Song / Yuan Dynasty Qingbai Glazed Porcelain Jar
This attractive small covered jar was made during the 13th / 14th Century (Song / Yuan Dynasty). It is coated inside and out in a pale Qingbai-type glaze that is slightly crackled in places; 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. There are minor manufacturing/firing defects to both cover and jar. However, this jar is in fine condition with no repair or restoration. Height 8 cm (3.25 inches).
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