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  • vase; Yuan dynasty; 1279-1368; Zhejiang (province)

      Object type vase Museum number PDF.94 Description Ge-type stoneware vase of ancient bronze form, with flattened ovoid body, flaring mouth, and two tubular handles between two bands of low relief around the shoulder. The vase has thick, opaque grey glaze with two layers of crackle, the wide crackle stained grey and the fine crackle brown. There is an inscription on the interior of the neck. More  Culture/period Yuan dynasty  Date 1279-1368 Production place Made in: Zhejiang (province) (Asia,China,Zhejiang (province)) Materials stoneware Ware Ge-type Ware Technique glazed  Dimensions Height: 244…

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