Rare Chinese Song / Yuan Small Stoneware Jar
This very rare small jar, or jarlet, was made during the 13th - 14th century, possibly at one of the Quanzhou kilns in Fujian province, where many ceramics were made specifically for export around South-East Asia; this particular example was excavated several years ago from present-day Cambodia. It is coated in a finely-crackled olive-green glaze save for the lower part where the grey stoneware body is exposed. Diameter 7 cm. There is some loss of glaze and chips to the rim, as can clearly be seen in our images, but there is no repair or restoration.
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