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Item:264261774597Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Provenance: Legally obtained over 30 years ago through British controlled Hong Kong. Ex. private collection of Jim Britton, Oregon. References: “A Handbook of Chinese Ceramics,” MET, 1988, by Suzanne G. ValensteinSimilar examples can be found in China’s famous Palace Museum in Beijing or in the National Palace Museum in Taipei and at the MET in New York City. See also similar examples contained in the Luoyang Ancient Tombs Museum (洛阳古墓博物馆) Luoyang, China. Bid with confidence--as I have Positive Feedback from hundreds of satisfied customers from around the world! Please look carefully at the photos, taken with 4x macro lens, since they are part of the description. It would make a wonderful addition to your collection or a Super gift! The stand and the AA battery are NOT part of the auction, just there to give you a perspective and a good view of item. And please ask any questions before you buy. Thanks! Condition:This ancient Chines grayware, carafe style, clay wine pitcher (in Chinese "Hu") dates to the early Han Dynasty and is in very good condition for being over 2,000 years old. It does have both mineral and iron deposits on the surface from being buried within a damp tomb. Very RARE, ancient Chinese pictographic characters identifying this as a ritual wine vessel have been painted in a gray slip beneath the ash residue left after firing in a low-temperature kiln. Please see macro photos and bid accordingly. Thanks!, Material:Terracota, Provenance:Ownership History Available, Approximate Date:206 BC--220 AD, Country:China, Type of Vessel:Wine Pitcher (Hu)
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X-RARE Chinese Han Dyn. Ritual Wine "Hu" w/Characters + English Translation!