A Chinese white-glazed ewer
Five Dynasties, 10th century
The rounded body supported on a short foot, the waisted neck with wide bowl-shaped upper part, applied with one strap- and two lug-shaped handles, with short upright spout, covered in a crackled, creamy white glaze, the base left unglazed.
H. 13 cm

– Fai Kei Ferros Velhos, Macao (1998)
– Collection Drs. Koos de Jong, Amsterdam

– M. Tregear, La Céramique Song, Fribourg 1982, pp. 143-145, fig. 192
– [exhib.cat.] Art Chinois (coll. Uberto Draghi), Musée Royal de Mariemont 1990, no. 93, p. 194
– W. Watson, Tang and Liao Ceramics, 1984, p. 122, ill. 94
– [exhib.cat.] Bright as Silver White as Snow. Chinese White Ceramics from Late Tang to Yuan Dynasty, The Denver Art Museum, Denver 1998, no. 31, p. 146

€ 2.500 - 5.000