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Southern Song Dynasty Guan ware Celadon Censer with Rivet and Three legs

Southern Song Dynasty Guan ware Celadon Censer with Rivet and Three legs

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

Size : H6.4cm W9.3cm

This is a celadon Censer made in the Official kiln of the Southern Song Dynasty.
It has a barrel-shaped body that bulges slightly round, and the mouth narrows like a board so that it fits inside.
This is a celadon incense burner made in the Guan kiln of the Southern Song Dynasty.
It has a barrel-shaped body that bulges slightly round, and the mouth narrows like a board so that it fits inside.
The top and bottom are bordered in strips, along with rivet-like decorations.
There are 6 on the top and 3 on the bottom.
Three legs are attached to the lower part, but this is a decoration because there is also a bottom.
This kind of shape is often seen in Southern Song dynasty Guan ware and Longquan ware.
The bottom is thin, typical of Southern Song Guan ware, but the body is thick and weighs 270g, giving it a solid feel when held in the hand.
The overall three-dimensional effect allows the gray-blue glaze to show through, making it a small but impressive piece.

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

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