Tripod with celadon glaze, Yuan dynasty, 14th century
- Image Number: K1B017711N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Yuan dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
Round mouth lip, mouth along both sides of the circular ear, short neck, flat round belly, round bottom connected with the three milk feet. It is installed and fired by using a combination of support and cushion. The inside and outside are covered with blue glaze. The glaze is half green and half yellow. The glaze is covered with gray chips. There are five support nails on the inner bottom and six on the outer bottom. The black gray carcass is exposed at the branch mark and unglazed foot tip. From the similar examples unearthed from Ren’s tomb, we can deduce the possible firing time of this exhibit. Although the Guan Er vase, the fish ear stove and the tripod stove unearthed from the Ren Renfa family tomb were fired in the Yuan Dynasty, it has become a common understanding in the academic community. However, the tomb of Wu Jing in the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty and the seemingly similar celadon and ware combination unearthed from the tomb of the Ming Dynasty in Shiquan Village, Changxing County, Zhejiang Province, which was recently revealed, still deserve continuous attention, and we look forward to more information in the future that can explain the development and transformation of these kinds of ware from the Yuan Dynasty to the Ming Dynasty.
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