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A black-glazed stem cup was uniquely mold with decoration on the surface with thorn-like pattern.
It was a transition from early periods and was also a counterpart of metal wares of persian cultures which had been introduced into China 6th-8th centuries.
It was an one-of-a-kind piece but was not odd to the pottery cultures of the periods.
Foggy-look incursions were happen to the glaze in a subtle way.
The body clay was in grayish white tint.
The ware by it's decent look, the excellent pottering craftsmanship and the characteristics of the body clay, was verified as from Yaozhou kiln.
Date: Northern Song Dynasty, 960-1127.
Height: 10cm, Width: 9.2cm.
A CUSTOM-MADE COTTON BOX IS INCLUDED.
This item was put in the Art & Collection, February, 2013.