A small stoneware jar with amber glaze with phosphatic-splashes, China, late Tang Dynasty (618-907), ca

A small stoneware jar with amber glaze with phosphatic-splashes, China, late Tang Dynasty (618-907), ca. 8th or 9th centuryEstimate 1500/2000 €. Unsold. Photo Nagel

 the heavy beige coloured stoneware jar with two loop handles on the shoulder is covered with an amber glaze with greyish-white splashes of the Huangdao or Lushan kiln glaze type, leaving the bottom part of the jar and everted foot unglazed. H. 12,6 cm. Minor wear

Provenance: According to the present German owner inherited from a collection formed around 80 years ago

Cf. A ewer of similar form is illustrated in Gugong Bowuyuan cang ci xuanji, Beijing, 1962, pl. 10; another in Regina Krahl, Yuegutang; A Collection of Chinese Ceramics in Berlin, Berlin, 2000, cat. no. 99

A TL-Analysis is consisting with the dating of this lot

NAGEL. "Asian Art". Sale 722, 06/06/2015