Keywords: pale blue glaze
Bowl with rounded side, flared mouth, rolled lip, carved footring and unglazed stacking ring on interior bottom. Clay: light grey stoneware. Glaze: pale blue, glossy, transparent; falls short on exterior upper body. Decoration: none.
“Gunpowder jar” or “bullet jar,” with thick rim (lightly ground down), angular shoulder, bevelled foot and concave base. Luting ring mark at midpoint of body indicating that body was formed in two stages. Vessel is heavy for its size, with thick lower walls. Clay: light grey stoneware. Glaze: pale bluish-green, glossy, translucent, crazed; base unglazed. …
Jarlet of globular form with two loop handles attached on slightly flared neck, rounded lip and flat base. Clay: creamy white porcelain. Glaze: white in bluish tinge, the so-called ‘qingbai’ glaze, medium gloss, translucent; falls short of foot, base unglazed. Decoration: none.