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Wide mouth rolled lip stoneware jar with abstract design on a dark brown glaze.  Jizhou ware.  Southern Song (AD1127-1279).  H. 4.75 in (12 cm), D. (mouth) 4.25 in (10.8 cm)


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Black glaze bowl with partridge feather mottles.  Black ware of Jizhou type.  Jin Dynasty (AD1115-1234).  D. 5.37 in (13.6 cm), H. 2.12 in (5.4 cm).


Black glaze bowl with unglazed rim and three russet splashes.  Jin Dynasty (AD1115-1234).  D. 4.9 in (12.4 cm), H. 2.12 in (5.4 cm).


Qingbai shallow bowl molded with two flying phoenixes, peonies, foliage design and silver rim.  Song Dynasty (AD960 -1279).  D. 7 in (17.8 cm).


Quatrefoil Ding-type dish, delicately barbed four pointed flower with rounded sides.  Tear-liked drops on the underside.  This type of Jingdezhen white ware marked the transition between stoneware to porcelain in the early 10th C. A.D.  Five Dynasties (AD 907-960).  D.5.75 in (14.6 cm), H. 1.37 in (3.5 cm).


Five petalled celadon bowl with shallow foot rim.  Five Dynasties to Northern Song Dynasty (10th-11th C.).  D. 3.6 in (9 cm).


Large bowl with a subtle hare's fur pattern on a lustrous brown, russet, glaze.  Jin Dynasty (AD1115-1234) D. 6.75 in (17.14 cm), H. 2.68 in (6.8 cm).


Brown jar, "rice measure"  with a row of pearly studs  and a russet glaze inside.  Ganzhou ware, Southern Song (AD 1115-1279).  H. 3.6 in (9.14cm), D. 3.75 in (9.5 cm).


Miniature Cizhou type cut lustrous black glaze (sgraffiato) jar with rolled lip and stylized floral decor.  Xixia Kingdom.  Jin to Yuan (13th - 14th C.)  H. 4 in (10 cm), H. 3.5 in (8.9 cm).


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