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A sky-blue glazed 'Jun' bowl, Jin dynasty | 金 鈞窰天藍釉盌

Estimate:

20,000

to
- 30,000 USD

Chinese Ceramics: A Private Collection

A sky-blue glazed 'Jun' bowl, Jin dynasty | 金 鈞窰天藍釉盌

A sky-blue glazed 'Jun' bowl, Jin dynasty | 金 鈞窰天藍釉盌

Estimate:

20,000

to
- 30,000 USD

A sky-blue glazed 'Jun' bowl

Jin dynasty

金 鈞窰天藍釉盌


the broad rounded sides resting on a short foot, covered overall in an unctuous pale blue glaze draining to a mushroom tone at the rim, the base similarly glazed, the unglazed footring burnt russet brown


Diameter 7½ in., 19 cm

Overall in good condition with glaze wear to the rim and scattered expected imperfections including a few iron spots.


整體品相良好,口沿釉面稍有使用痕跡及正常窰燒瑕疵包括少數鐵斑。


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Acquired prior to 2000.


來源

得於2000年之前

The lustrous sky-blue glaze of this bowl is traditionally considered to be the most desirable color for monochrome Jun wares. One of the ‘Five Classic Wares’ (wu da yao) of the Song dynasty (960-1279), Jun ware was much admired over the centuries by both Chinese and Western connoisseurs for the beautiful depth and intensity of its glaze, which varies from a thick opaque sky-blue to brilliant mauves and lavenders. 


A related bowl attributed to the Song or Jin dynasty is illustrated in Regina Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, vol. 1, London, 1994, pl. 387. For examples sold at auction, see a slightly larger bowl from the Le Cong Tang Collection, sold in our Hong Kong rooms 3rd October 2017, lot 3; another sold in the same rooms 5th June 2020, lot 356; and one sold in our London rooms 11th May 2016, lot 204.