Drip Glaze Kitchen Jar

c. 1900
$580 USD
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H: 10.5" Dia: 10.5"
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Coated inside and out with a rich drip glaze, this early 20th-century jar was originally used for storing foods and condiments in a provincial Chinese kitchen. The wide-mouth jar has a slightly tapered form with rounded shoulders, two double-strapped handles, and a rounded rim at the neck. The thin, dark glaze pools and drips across the textured ceramic body, speckled with imperfections. The beautifully imperfect glaze boasts a near metallic sheen and a range of cool earth tones from brown to green, lending the jar fantastic character.

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