Jars with multiple handles are more commonly known with a short neck and everted rim or with a short mouth; see for example five jars of various sizes, modelled with a short neck and also with chicken heads on the shoulder, included in the exhibition Animal Farm in Yue Ware, Uragami Sōkyu-dō, Tokyo, 1992, cat. nos 79-83; and a jar in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, illustrated in Thomas Dexel, Frühe Keramik in China, Braunschweig, 1973, pl. 49b. See also a cup modelled on the exterior with a bird in relief Zhongguo meishu quanji. Taoci [The complete collection of Chinese art: Ceramics], vol. I, Shanghai, 1988, pl. 175.
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