**Originally Listed At $300**
East Asia, China, Tang Dynasty, ca. 618 to 907 CE (the taller vessel). A sancai-glazed teapot-like pottery vessel, with a bulbous body, ring foot, and small mouth, spout, and handle. The body has a round applique on it. The glaze is a pretty, coppery color. ALSO East Asia, China, Song Dynasty, ca. 960 to 1270 CE (the smaller vessel). A lustrously-glazed miniature vessel with a rounded body, corseted neck, and slightly flared rim. Thick, dark chocolate-colored glaze with flashes of white on the shoulder give this piece a beautiful appearance. Size of largest (teapot): 2.9" W x 2.95" H (7.4 cm x 7.5 cm)
Provenance: private Rochester, Michigan, USA collection
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