A Fine Song or Jin Dynasty porcelaineous stoneware Bowl of Cizhou type from the Henan-Hebei area 12th or 13th century. This Cizhou bowl from Northern China is covered with an iron-oxide oily black glaze which is marked with five distinct russet-brown markings. The marking run down the interior of the bowl, in places the black glaze is visible beneath. The smooth, light-colored paste is representative of Northern cizhou-type pottery around the Song/Jin dynasty, 12/13th century.
For a related Cizhou bowl see : Hare’s Fur, Tortoiseshell, and Partridge Feathers, Chinese Brown And Black Glazed Ceramics, 400-1400 (Robert D. Mowry, Harvard University Art Museum Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996). Page 148, plate 42.
Kintsugi repair on border.
18,2 x 6,2 cm
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