Glazed Soy Vessel

c. 1900
H: 10.25" Dia: 7.5"
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As though slicked with oil, a blue-black glaze spills over the high shoulders and arched strap handles of this tapered kitchen vessel. The 19th-century ceramic jar was once used to prepare and store soy sauce in a Qing-dynasty kitchen, as evidenced by its interior glaze. With rich tonality, the lustrous dark glaze gives the jar a glassy appearance and drips beautifully over the unfinished round base.

Additional Dimensions:
Diameter of Opening: 4.25"

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