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Southern Song Dynasty Tenmoku Tea Bowl with Hare’s-Fur Glaze

Southern Song Dynasty Tenmoku Tea Bowl with Hare’s-Fur Glaze

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Period : Southern Song dynasty,China(1127 - 1279)

Size : H7.2cm W12.3cm (Bottom3.9cm)

A Tenmoku tea bowl made in a Jian ware during the Southern Song dynasty.
It has a typical tenmoku tea bowl shape, with the abdomen widening while drawing a gentle arc from the inner bottom, rising at the top toward the rim.
It has a characteristic shape that goes inside once under the rim, preventing hot water from splashing when tea is brewed.
The bottom is ring-shaped and carefully formed.
An iron glaze is applied, and crystals in the glaze flow down during firing, creating a striated grain pattern in the black glaze.
In China, it is also called Hare's-Fur Glaze, comparing its pattern to rabbit fur.
The flow of the glaze on the side of the bottom is large, and you can see that the glaze is very thick.

There are chips on the bottom, but it is considered to be from the old days.Although the surface is slightly aged, it has a good luster.

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