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Period: Ming dynasty (1368–1644)
Origin: Jingdezhen kilns
Dimensions: height: 17.6 cm, mouth diameter: 4.5 cm, foot diameter: 5.0 cm

The ewer is derived from the chicken-headed or dish-mouthed ewers. Such type of white-glazed ewer is also seen as 'yuhuchun' form prevalent in Yuan dynasty. The 'yuhuchun' ewers produced from Ming dynasty has the pear-shaped base similar to this one and also flat-shaped base. Some of the details are evident imitations to the stylistic features of its contemporary gold-silver objects.

 

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