Brush washer with celadon glaze, Ru ware, Northern Song dynasty, late 11th-early 12th century
- Image Number: K1B005176N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Mineral/ceramic/porcelain
The round mouth and mouth edge are polished, with residual inlay marks. Flat bottom without foot, thin perimeter wall, slightly thick bottom. Full glaze branch firing, sky blue glaze is applied to the whole body, and some parts show pink luster. Gray patterns are opened on the surface, deep inside and light outside. Five supporting nails are arranged around the bottom, and gray earth colored tire can be seen in the supporting marks. Yuanxi was circulated in the kilns of the Northern and Southern Song Dynasty. Taking the archaeological finds as an example, there are similar specimens in the kiln site of Qingliang Temple in Baofeng County, Henan Province. Some similar examples have also been unearthed from the Tiger Cave and the official kiln under the Jiaotan in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. In addition to full glaze branch firing, there are also examples of using branch ring pad firing, and the perimeter wall may vary in height.
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