Petite Dark Wine Vessel

c. 1850
H: 6.0" Dia: 4.5"
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This 19th-century wine jar is cloaked inside and out with a rich, dark brown glaze that sheets across its rounded form, lingering beautifully on every imperfection. The jar's sculptural shape is known as a yuhuchunping or pear-shaped vase, defined by a globular body, narrow neck, and flared mouth. Originally used for warming and pouring wine, the petite jar is wonderful as home accent or a bud vase for a single flower.

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