17th century middle Ming dynasty
Long quan yao (Ryusen kiln)
Price 2,360 USD
Celadon pieces had been imported in Japan from 12th century Kamakura period and has been loved by Japanese people,
The kinuta celadon in Sung dynasty,
The tenryuji celadon in Yuan dynasty,
The shichikan celadon in Ming dynasty,
The Long quan celadon had begun to decline
in Ming period.
And it showed the last brilliance at the middle of Ming period,
it's called "Shichikan celadon"
Many of the shichikan celadon pieces show yellowish and little dull color,
however the celadon glaze of this vase
shows clear and green color.
This vase has been handed down
from generation to generation
in Japan with wooden box.
* It has a tyny recess at the shoulder.
|Cetification written by Noriki Shimazu the famous Asian antique researcher|
|You can see the movie on YouTube
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