A small Chinese ‘hare’s fur’-glazed and russet-decorated bowl
Song dynasty (960-1279)
The bowl is potted with rounded sides raised on a short rim, covered with a lustrous black glaze decorated with russet ‘hare’s fur’ stripes and with reddish russet tending towards pale green stripes, stopping above the foot ending in a thick drop.
Diam. 8 cm

– E.W. Hendriks Oriental Art, Amsterdam (1996)
– Collection Drs. Koos de Jong, Amsterdam

– M. Tregear, La Céramique Song, Fribourg 1982, pp. 188-189, figs. 258-259
– [exhib.cat.] Hare’s Fur, Tortoiseshell, and Partridge Feathers. Chinese brown- and black-glaze ceramics, 400-1400 (ed. R.D. Mowry), Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge (MA) 1996, no. 38 a-b, p. 143
– [brochure] Priestley & Ferraro, London 2008, p. 4
– [exhib.cat.] Fire & Earth Chinesische Frühkeramik, Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, Köln 2008, no. 166, p. 207

€ 10.000 - 15.000