A Xingyao white-glazed tea bowl and stand, Five dynasties 五代 邢窰白釉茶盌及盞托
30,000 - 50,000 HKD
A Xingyao white-glazed tea bowl and stand,
bowl 盌 13.2 cm
stand 盞托 14.1 cm
The bowl is slightly warped, there is a small area of glaze abrasion below the rim. General surface and glaze wear and minor firing imperfections to both.
Tea bowl on lobed stand is a classic form produced in the Xing kilns during the latter part of the Tang dynasty, where its shape drew inspiration from gold and silver wares of the period. Related lobed stands were found in the Palace Museum, Beijing, and another from the Carl Kempe collection sold in our London rooms, 14th May 2008, lot 224.