A very rare Chinese (Changsha kiln, Hunan Province) shallow earthenware bowl presumably intended for the Arabic market, Tang dynasty (618-907), ca 826, ca 5.3 cm. high and 15.1 cm. Ø.
Excavated (in 1998-1999) from the 'Billiton' ship wreck about one mile from the coast of Billiton (Indonesia), with remarkable polychrome decoration in iron oxide of spirals and circle parts, degradation of glaze and decoration.
Purchased from Brian Page Antiques, Brighton, United Kingdom.
Stand not included.
This piece has been dated based on style and patina. No further tests, such as, a TL test, an analysis of pigments or radiography scans have been conducted to check the integrity of the piece.
- Peint à la main
- Dynastie Tang (618–907)
- Région/ Pays d’origine
- Titre de l’œuvre d’art
- A very rare Changsha bowl from the 'Billiton' ship wreck, presumably for the Arabic market, ca 826
- Bon état, voir la description
- 5.3×15.1×15.1 cm