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【藏品规格】口径：3.7cm . 底径2.1cm . 高12cm. 重489g
口径：3.7cm . 底径：1.9cm. 高：10.8cm. 重337g
[collection name] dragon and Phoenix blue glaze pot of Han Dynasty
[collection Specification] caliber: 3.7cm, bottom diameter: 2.1cm, height: 12cm, weight: 489g
Caliber: 3.7cm, bottom diameter: 1.9cm, height: 10.8cm, weight: 337g
[collection type] porcelain
[source of collection] unearthed in Gansu Province
During the Han Dynasty (206-220 B.C.), the pottery making handicraft industry developed greatly in the Han Dynasty, which mainly manifested in the more and more fine selection and configuration of clay. Whether it’s food utensils or storage giant utensils, they are relatively fine. In the Han Dynasty, most of the pottery was carved or scratched, or painted or glazed, and the workmanship was fine and complex. The pottery used in the later historical times was rarely compared with that of the Han Dynasty. Pottery is a national treasure and also the ancestor of porcelain. All China’s porcelain is developed on the basis of pottery, so pottery has the name of “mother of porcelain” and “ancestor of porcelain”.
These two collections are celadon pots of Han Dynasty. Open, straight neck, slip shoulder, arc belly, flat bottom. It’s an unearthed collection. It’s all blue when unearthed. It has a history of more than 2000 years. It belongs to the blue glazed pottery, after being oxidized by air, the color disappears. It’s been a long time. At the same time, one big one small, also known as one dragon and one phoenix. Since ancient times, the dragon and the Phoenix represent good luck. The use of the dragon and the Phoenix together means more festive things, meaning that the dragon and the Phoenix present good luck, and the mascot. It is rare to find such a blue glazed pottery with exquisite appearance, long burial and good preservation. It is of great significance to the study of the history and social customs of the Han Dynasty, and has a very high collection value.
其中龙青釉罐：代表吉祥的寓意。口径：3.7cm . 底径2.1cm . 高12cm. 重489g .此瓶口下方纹路呈弦文状，间为青釉弦纹状，底部为陶也就是黏土和陶土烧制而成。故为汉代龙青釉罐，青釉陶又称南方釉陶、硬釉陶、原始瓷器，青釉陶就是硬釉陶，它是青瓷发展过渡阶段的产物。
Among them, Longqing glaze pot: represents the meaning of auspiciousness. Caliber: 3.7cm, bottom diameter: 2.1cm, height: 12cm, weight: 489g. The lower part of the bottle mouth is in the shape of a string, and the middle part is in the shape of a string of blue glaze. The bottom part is made of clay and clay. Therefore, it is the Longqing glazed pot of Han Dynasty. The blue glazed pottery is also called Southern glazed pottery, hard glazed pottery and primitive porcelain. The blue glazed pottery is the hard glazed pottery, which is the product of the transition stage of the development of the blue porcelain.
另外其中的凤青釉罐：代表如意的寓意。口径：3.7cm . 底径：1.9cm. 高：10.8cm. 重337g.追溯此青釉陶罐历史距今已有2000多年。此器形饱满，线条流畅，鼓腹，腹以下渐收，弦纹，平底，外壁施青釉，造型古朴，极富艺术气息，能够保存至今，已然难得一见，具有极高的历史研究和收藏价值。
In addition, the Phoenix blue glaze pot represents the meaning of Ruyi. Caliber: 3.7cm, bottom diameter: 1.9cm, height: 10.8cm, weight: 337g. It has been more than 2000 years since the history of this blue glaze pottery pot was traced back. The shape of this instrument is full, the lines are smooth, the abdomen is bulging, the abdomen is gradually closing down, the string pattern, the flat bottom, the outer wall is covered with blue glaze, the modeling is simple, and the artistic atmosphere is very rich. It has been rare to be preserved so far, and it has a high value of historical research and collection.
The Han Dynasty is the longest feudal society in China. Due to the influence of Confucianism, in the pursuit of art, there has been a style of passion and unrestrained, magnificent and unconstrained. In the artistic style, these two blue glazed pots are typical of the rough and atmospheric style of the Han Dynasty, and the technology is very mature. Although it is not as exquisite as the bronze ware of the Pre-Qin Dynasty and as gorgeous as the porcelain of the later generations, it is a physical witness of the Han society. It is the product of the transition stage of celadon development, with high collection value, loved and appreciated by numerous collectors and artists.
This collection is the core recommendation of this Singapore auction. Welcome all Tibetan friends to come to Singapore for consultation and bidding. This is a rare opportunity!