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Southern Song Dynasty Yellow Glaze bottle with Two Handle

Southern Song Dynasty Yellow Glaze bottle with Two Handle

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Period : Southern Song dynasty,China(1127 - 1279)/Yuan Dynasty,China(1271 - 1368)

Size : H21.8cm W9.1cm

A yellow glaze bottle believed to have originated from the Southern Song Dynasty.
The dodecagonal torso is angular at the shoulders and connects to a circular neck with two leaf-shaped handles.
The mouth edge is also made thin with 12 petals.
A thick yellow-brown glaze is applied to the pure white clay that is thought to be from northern China.
When the glaze is fired in the kiln, the crystals separate and melt again, creating a streak pattern that stretches vertically along the surface of the vessel and a speckled pattern on the shoulders and legs where the glaze accumulates.
The combination of the highly decorated vessel shape and the pattern of the glaze makes it a gorgeous bottle with a strong presence.

There is no conspicuous flaws.It has good luster throughout and is in good condition.

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