A SMALL LONGQUAN CELADON MALLET-SHAPED VASE
PROPERTY FROM THE LINYUSHANREN COLLECTION
A SMALL LONGQUAN CELADON MALLET-SHAPED VASE

SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY (1127-1279)

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A SMALL LONGQUAN CELADON MALLET-SHAPED VASE
SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY (1127-1279)
The vase is well potted with straight flaring sides rising to angular sloping shoulders, surmounted by a wide cylindrical neck below a dish-shaped mouth. It is covered with an even lustrous glaze of bluish-green tone with wide crackles, thinning at the rims and leaving the ring foot unglazed.
6 in. (15.5 cm.) high, Japanese wood box
Provenance
Sen Shu Tey, Tokyo.
Literature
Christie's, The Classic Age of Chinese Ceramics: An Exhibition of Song Treasures from the Linyushanren Collection, Hong Kong, 2012, p. 175, no. 74.
Exhibited
Christie's, The Classic Age of Chinese Ceramics: An Exhibition of Song Treasures from the Linyushanren Collection, Hong Kong, 22-27 November 2012; New York 15-20 March 2013; London, 10-14 May 2013.

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