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26 mai 2015

A rare Yaozhou celadon teabowl, Jin Dynasty (AD1115-1234)

A rare Yaozhou celadon teabowl, Jin Dynasty (AD1115-1234)

A rare Yaozhou celadon teabowl, Jin Dynasty (AD1115-1234)Estimate 50,000 - 65,000 (202,000 - 263,000) (6,400 - 8,400) © Ravenel.

During the Jin dynasty, Yaozhou kilns began to increasingly produce ceramics with a bluish-white glaze (called yuebai or moon-white). This teabowl is a typical specimen. It has an yuebai finish inside and out, with a particularly vitreous texture and luster. The vessel is broad-bellied, and its lip is very slightly curved inwards. The deep, rounded belly rests on a round foot. Overall, a decorous design with a classical elegance; the workmanship is excellent. MD: 12.5 cm

PROVENANCE:  Old Private Hong Kong Collection

Ravenel Spring Auction 2015 Hong Kong. Literati Sublimation - Oriental Arts for the Chinese Scholars. Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 3:30 PM. Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel Boardroom, Mezzanine Floor, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

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