Tripod in celadon glaze. Guan ware., Southern Song to Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century
- Image Number: K1B017712N000000000PAE
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Incense set
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The short barrel incense burner has a rounded mouth, a deep straight wall with a slight external drum, a flat bottom, and three hoofed short feet are connected below. The central depression of the outsole forms a circular shallow groove. The whole vessel is decorated and fired with supports and pads. The inside and outside are covered with blue glaze. After being burned, it becomes beige and gray, and the glaze surface appears two kinds of gray patterns. There is no glaze coating sauce on the foot end, and some parts show gray fetus. Three slag cakes are adhered around the inner sole, and six studs are attached around the circular groove of the outer sole. The phenomenon of sticky slag cake on the inner bottom can also be seen in the Begonia style basin of Yuan celadon (hence porcelain 017188).
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