Chinese Qing Dynasty Cizhou Stoneware Storage Jar

(China, 18th Century)

Chinese Qing Dynasty Cizhou Stoneware Storage Jar
5501 N. Federal Highway - Suite Four
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Chinese Qing Dynasty Cizhou Stoneware Storage Jar

Monumental Early Qing dynasty Cizhou Stoneware Ovid Storage Jar is characterized by dark brown pigment on coarse buff body covered by glaze with decorations painted throughout glaze. 23" x 16 1/2" Diameter and in good condition. We believe the jar had small ceramic balls surrounding the neck, which are no longer there.

DIAMETER: 16 in | HEIGHT: 23 in

Origin China
Category Ceramics
Period 18th Century
Style Unspecified
ConditionVery good

Shipping Estimate: $35 | FedEx

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CONDITION: Some loss. See description.

THB REF: 8230243174 DEALER REF: 1198537


"The term 'Cizhou ware' refers to a type of sturdy stoneware produced at many kilns throughout the northern Chinese provinces of Hebei, Henan and Shaanxi. These wares were produced during the Northern Song (960-1127), Jin (1127-1279) and Yuan (1279-1368) dynasties. Cizhou wares are heavily potted and boldly decorated with freely drawn designs. They are called 'popular' ceramics (as opposed to the types produced for the imperial court). "