Jun Porcelain Tea Bowl Charcoal-fired Masterpiece Impressionist's Art 150ml
The Jun kiln, in Yuzhou, Henan province, is one of the five famous kilns hailing from the Song dynasty about 960-1279 years ago. Jun kiln is renowned for its ever changing glaze. In fact, for good Jun porcelain, no piece has the exact same glaze as any other.
This cup is made by the famous master Zhao Zhanchao. Charcoal firing is a difficult technique that requires master skills. This cup produced a rare Yaobian that looks like a forest on the cup, or a mountain range if you wish. The flock of geese flying towards the sky adds even more imagination and artistic elements to this masterpiece. The glaze on the rim is like a gem indicative of high quality material and firing techniques.
It is certainly the only one of its kind in the Jun porcelain world. This piece is also heavy, holds comfortably, and is perfect for personal use. A simply beautiful art piece that will surely enrich your authentic tea experience.
It comes with a certificate of authentication, signed by the master artisan.
Size: 3.6" width, 1.75" tall; Capacity: 150ml / 5.1oz; Weight: 9.4oz