19 March 2008,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 3,750
Estimate USD 3,000 - USD 4,000
A RUSSET-SPLASHED BLACK-GLAZED CONICAL BOWL
NORTHERN SONG/JIN DYNASTY, LATE 11TH-12TH CENTURY
Of Cizhou type, the sides flaring before rounding up to the rim, covered with a lustrous black glaze liberally splashed on the interior with russet and with some russet streaks on the exterior falling from the rim towards where the glaze ends in an irregular line to expose the finely grained ware; together with a Jianyao 'hare's fur' conical tea bowl with everted rim, Song dynasty
5¼ and 4¾ in. (13.4 and 12 cm.) diam. (2)
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