Chinese Song Dynasty Qingbai Porcelain Bowl (Repaired)
This fine quality porcelain bowl is of a particularly pleasing form with its tall foot and its rounded "conical" shape. It was made during the Southern Song Dynasty (AD 1127 - 1279) at one of the famous Jingdezhen kilns, most likely the Hutian kiln. The body is particularly translucent and the pale blue glaze is of good colour, especially where at it thickest just below the rim and the top of the foot.
Diameter 15.75 cm, height 8.75 cm. There is minor surface wear to the glaze, chips to the foot edge, hairlines emanating from the rim and a small section at the rim that has been broken out and re-stuck. A rare opportunity to acquire a genuine Song Qingbai bowl of this quality at low cost.
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