An elegant shape of white glaze ewer, finely potted with globular lobed sides body, tapering spout, strap handle and inverted flat mouth rim. Covered overall with milky white glaze stopping till cutting foot rim, 'long times buried fleck mark' underside the glaze to an area and finger print appear as well. Southern Song dynasty, my personal opinion it's possibly Guangdong Sichun type ware, but it piece have been some characteristic of Ding such like the clay body are very fine, hard and rather thin, with few impurities excepted buried fleck mark mention above, the clay has a marble like hardness and lustre when viewed under magnifying lens and minor teardrop effect on the exterior. Condition with a chip to spout, further in good condition. Found excavated in Borneo. High: 12cm and Wide maximum: 17cm.