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Southern Song Dynasty Guan ware Celadon Meiping Vase

Southern Song Dynasty Guan ware Celadon Meiping Vase

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

Size : H19.1cm W10.4cm

A celadon bottle made in the South Song Official kiln.
The mouth is narrow, the length is long, the waist is tight, and the torso and shoulders are rounded.
Invented in the early Northern Song Dynasty, it was mainly used as a drinking vessel in the imperial court in China.
In the Qing Dynasty, a vessel with a small caliber was called 'plum's thin bone', so it came to be called plum bottle.
The bottom are thin, typical of Southern Song Dynasty official kilns, and the bottom are tall.
A thick gray-green-blue glaze is applied over the entire piece, giving it a beautiful graininess and large penetration.
The typical shape of Chinese ceramics is beautiful and has a strong presence.

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

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