Celadon Glazed Jar

c. 1900
H: 11.5" Dia: 11.0"
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Celadon ceramics were highly coveted for many centuries. To achieve the color on this early 20th century ribbed jar, a Chinese artisan would have used a technique that entailed covering it in liquefied clay high in iron content. Later, the jar would have been glazed and then during the firing process the glaze and iron would have reacted to one another, resulting in this desirable celadon green.

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