Ewer with dragon spout, Ding ware, Northern Song dynasty, 10th century
- Image Number: K1B014212N000000000PAH
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The pot is held by a long neck with a wide mouth. The mouth is closed and closed. It is equipped with a small round cover. Two tenons are put out at the sub mouth of the cover to match the tenon hole of the mouth; The top of the lid is decorated with pedicled small flowers. The abdomen is deeply marked with eight ridges, forming an eight petal melon shaped body. The dragon head is embossed in a meandering stream, the eyes are fixed, the nose is rolled and the mouth is opened, and the print is clear and vivid. Two mud buttons are pasted at the intersection of the long handle and the body. Glaze is gray, bright and slightly long; Vertical burning, no glaze on foot margin and inside, covered with sand pad.
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