A Chinese slib-covered ewer
Liao-Song dynasty (907-1279)
The body modelled with six lobes, surmounted by a slightly flared neck, applied with C-shaped handle and upright spout, covered in a layer of white slib below a transparent glaze, stopping short above the foot revealing the grey-beige buff.
H. 19.3 cm

– Gallery Lam & Co, Hong Kong (1999)
– Collection Drs. Koos de Jong, Amsterdam

– [exhib.cat.] Freedom of Clay and Brush through Seven Centuries in Northern China: Tz’u-chou Type Wares, 960-1600 A.D. (ed. Yutaka Mino), Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis 1981, p. 34, ill. 5
– He Li, Chinese Ceramics, London 1996, p. 149, ill. 226
– R. Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, Vol. I, London 1994, no. 478, p. 261

€ 4.000 - 6.000