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Published PDF date : Southern Song 13thC, Room 95 label text: PDF 200 Vase modelled after an ancient bronze This celadon vase is modelled after an ancient ritual drinking vessel called a gu. Wealthy aristocrats and generals of the Shang and Zhou dynasties, (about 1600–256 BC), buried bronze vessels as part of ritual eating and drinking equipment for tombs. The shape was transformed into a vase in the Song dynasty (AD 960–1279) as catalogues of collections of antiques were published with woodblock-printed illustrations. Related gu vases with less well-defined decoration were recovered from the Sinan shipwreck of AD1323. This ship was sunk in the waters near the Dokdo islets off the Shinan coast in south-west Korea. Of the 17,000 ceramics on board, over half were from Longquan. The ship is believed to have been travelling from Ningbo in southern China to Korea, on its way to Japan. Stoneware, porcelain-type, carved, sprig-moulded decoration and celadon glaze Longquan ware龍泉窯 Longquan region, Zhejiang province 浙江省,龍泉地區 Yuan dynasty, AD 1280–1368
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Appeared in exhibition :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Hobson 1934 p. 44, pl. XLIII ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1974 p.6, no.200 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1975 Colour pl. 20 and p. 307 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1977 p.19, no.42 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Pierson 1997 p.19, no.200 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Scott 1989A p.46, no.21 ::, Consists of :: stoneware ::, Dimension Height :: 205.00mm ::, Located in gallery :: G95/case4/sh6 :: 02 Feb 2010, Object type :: vase ::, Production (Made in) :: Longquan (area) ::, Production Period / Culture :: Yuan dynasty ::, Production date :: 1280-1368 ::, Uses technique :: glazed ::, Uses technique :: moulded ::, Ware :: Longquan Ware ::
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Exhibition label :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection :: PDF 200 Vase modelled after an ancient bronze This celadon vase is modelled after an ancient ritual drinking vessel called a gu. Wealthy aristocrats and generals of the Shang and Zhou dynasties, (about 1600–256 BC), buried bronze vessels as part of ritual eating and drinking equipment for tombs. The shape was transformed into a vase in the Song dynasty (AD 960–1279) as catalogues of collections of antiques were published with woodblock-printed illustrations. Related gu vases with less well-defined decoration were recovered from the Sinan shipwreck of AD1323. This ship was sunk in the waters near the Dokdo islets off the Shinan coast in south-west Korea. Of the 17,000 ceramics on board, over half were from Longquan. The ship is believed to have been travelling from Ningbo in southern China to Korea, on its way to Japan. Stoneware, porcelain-type, carved, sprig-moulded decoration and celadon glaze Longquan ware龍泉窯 Longquan region, Zhejiang province 浙江省,龍泉地區 Yuan dynasty, AD 1280–1368
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Longquan stoneware vase of an archaic bronze gu or zun form, with a wide mouth and everted rim. The vase has pale grey-green glaze. There are four vertical raised ridges on the central and lower sections, and four sprig-moulded triangular sections of scrollwork on the neck.
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