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A YAOZHOU PERSIMMON-GLAZED BOWL
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
Estimate
150,000200,000
LOT SOLD. 375,000 HKD
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A YAOZHOU PERSIMMON-GLAZED BOWL
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
Estimate
150,000200,000
LOT SOLD. 375,000 HKD
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Details & Cataloguing

Tianminlou – A Small History of Chinese Ceramics

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A YAOZHOU PERSIMMON-GLAZED BOWL
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
elegantly potted, of shallow conical form, supported on a neatly cut, slightly splayed foot, covered overall in a glossy persimmon-coloured glaze, the knife-pared foot left unglazed revealing a smooth pale greyish-brown stoneware body
13.8 cm, 5 3/8  in.
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Catalogue Note

Best known for their celadon-glazed stonewares, the Yaozhou kilns also made fine stonewares with persimmon glazes, probably inspired by contemporaneous russet-glazed Ding wares. A bowl of similar form from the Muwen Tang collection, included in the exhibition Song Ceramics from the Kwan Collection, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong, 1994, cat no. 86, was sold in our London rooms, 12th April 2003, lot 43; another was sold in our New York rooms, 30th March 2006, lot 39; and a slightly smaller bowl was included in the exhibition The Masterpieces of Yaozhou Ware, The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka, 1997, cat. no. 56. Compare also a larger persimmon-glazed bowl modelled with straight sides, sold at Christie’s New York, 26th March 2003, lot 211, and again in these rooms, 5th April 2016, lot 2864.

Tianminlou – A Small History of Chinese Ceramics

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Hong Kong