A TANG white glaze bowl by famous Xing kiln, salvaged fom shipwreck. 唐代邢窑碗

A Tang Dynasty White Glaze bowl by famous Xing kiln, slavaged from shipwreck


This piece of white glaze bowl is salvaged from a shipwreck

found under the deep water of the sea in Southeast Asia.

It is produced during Tang Dynasty (618 AD - 907 AD) by famous Xing kiln (邢窑)

With an unique wide foot ring emblem a jade annulus.

Diameter at foot ring 67 mm, rim 154 mm and height 43 mm.

In very good condition except a tiny chip at rim being glued back. (shown in the photo)

A rare authentic sample for ancient Chinese export ceramics study.



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