Octagonal vase with dish-shaped-mouth in celadon glaze, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty, 1279-1368
- Image Number: K1B016924N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
Disc shaped mouth, long neck, flat and muscular abdomen, flat bottom, short circle foot. The bottle body has eight ridges, and four strings are decorated between the neck and abdomen. The fetal bone is slightly thick, and the whole body is painted with green enamel, the glaze is gray green, the glaze surface is opened with dark big patterns, and the glaze is applied to the foot border, the foot margin is unglazed, and the exposed part is coated with black brown fetal protection juice. The inner part of the outer bottom is engraved with the word “Jia”, which is surrounded by Emperor Qianlong’s “Chanting the Eight Square Bottle of the Official Kiln”: “Tao became Myanmar, Zhao and Song, and read for hundreds of years. You can’t distinguish benevolence from philosophy, but pity the emblem and the imperial court. The reason for the existence of objects is to discuss the world, and don’t forget the precept when playing with them. When the bottom of the original standard armor, the title won my heart.” The imperial poem. At the end of the poem, the chronicle of “Emperor Qianlong Wuxu’s Mid summer Moon” (43rd year of Qianlong: 1778) was signed, and a seal of “Tai Pu” was affixed. The overall shape of this work is similar to glass ware. Although it is slightly different from the octagonal bottle shape of the official kiln site in the southern Song Dynasty, it reflects
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