Bowl in bluish gray glaze with foliaated rim Ko ware, Southern Sung dynasty
- Image Number: K1B015875N000000000PAC
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The bowl is six petal sunflower mouth, slightly skimmed when open, with deep arc wall and short circle feet. The whole body is covered with blue glaze. The glaze surface is covered with brown irregular flake patterns. The glaze is thick at the lower circle of the outer mouth edge, and thin at the mouth edge. The purple brown color is visible. The circle foot is narrow and small. The sole of the foot is decorated neatly, and is coated with ochre fetal protection juice. The fetal bone is light and thin, and gray black fetal soil can be seen at the exposed fetal position. The main features of Ge Kiln are its grey glaze and purple mouth iron feet. This is a beautiful and plump glaze. It is the best one.
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