Chinese Song / Yuan Dynasty Glazed Stoneware Jar
This stoneware storage jar was made during the 12th – 14th century, most likely at the Quanzhou kilns in Fujian province where many wares were made for export around south-east Asia. The upper outside body and inner mouth are coated in a yellowish-brown glaze, the thickness of which varies in places. There are four loop handles around the shoulder.
Height 19 cm (7.5 inches). The glaze has degraded and has flaked a little from the surface where are its thinnest. The jar is in good condition with no restoration or repair. The “H” to the base is presumably a collector’s mark.
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