Bowl. Longquan ware. Song to Yuan Dynasties,1150-1330.
- Image Number: K1B009837N000000000PAC
- Dynasty: Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The bamboo hat type tea cup has a wide mouth, a small circle of feet, and a slanting line from the mouth to the feet on the wall, with a sharp bottom and a round concave heart. The body is thin, the glaze juice is thick, moist, bright and clean, and the outer wall has accumulated glaze and vertical flow marks. The foot wall is thin, the foot tip is unglazed, the color is grayish yellow, and the glaze edge is not very smooth. The center of the outsole protrudes from the navel. The mouth edge is embedded with a metal buckle edge. This kind of bamboo hat bowl is very popular in Ding Kiln series porcelain in the north; It was also common in the Southern Song Dynasty. For example, the gold and silver lamps in Xujun Tomb (1272) in Fuzhou were similar in shape. As for Suining Cellar and Xin’an Shenchuan (about 1323), there are almost similar Longquan tea cups, which also have glaze on the outer wall and concave inner bottom.
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