RARE Yue Yao pourer in porcelain stoneware with Qinbaï glaze, a finely crackled, translucent celadon.
The globular body is incised under the guise of stylised plant motifs. Cylindrical neck, flanked by two loops, covered with a flat disc with a ring. Grooved grip handle, in the shape of a stirrup, curvilinear spout.
China. Northern Song dynasty, 960 to 1127.
Very good condition. Enamel cracks, small flaws on the enamel.
Height: 15.4 cm
References: Collection of Dr. David Goldstein, New York
Collection: The Ten-views Lingbi Rock Retreat, no. LL39, purchased from J. J. Lally & Co. (photos 13 and 14)
Purchased by the seller in 2005 in Belgium, Brussels. From: Athena Auction House, Asian art
Previous ownership history:
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- Northern Song (960-1127)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Decor/ ware
- Celadon, Crackle, Qingbai, Yue Yao
- Very good condition, see description
- 15×0×0 cm