Vase with phoenix-shaped handles in celadon glaze, Longquan ware, Southern Song dynasty, 13th century
- Image Number: K1B017827N000000000PAE
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The celadon phoenix ear vase has a straight abdomen, a long neck, and a plate mouth. The two sides of the long neck are decorated with phoenix shaped ears. The shape of the utensil is neat and generous. It is one of the representative works of Longquan Kiln in the Southern Song Dynasty. Longquan Kiln is located in the south of Zhejiang Province. Porcelain factories are widely distributed, with a variety of products. After the Southern Song Dynasty, it became an important kiln for supplying domestic and foreign wares. It is not only frequently found in many tombs and cellars of the Song and Yuan Dynasties, but also in overseas trade sites.
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