• A Qingbai ewer and cover, Northern Song dynasty, 11th-12th century
  • Ding ware vase, Song dynasty, BM, London
  • Image gallery: vase, Ding stoneware long-necked vase, with copper-bound mouth rim. Creamy white. Carved and incised lotus scroll on body, overlapping petals on shoulder. Northern Song dynasty Ding Ware. High: 25cm. The British Museum.
  • A QINGBAI LOBED WINE EWER, COVER AND BOWL, NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
  • Chinese Song style wine pot and holder, green celadon melon-form wine pot with foo dog finial, 9 in. H., and a lotus-form pot holder,
  • A Henan painted ‘floral’ bean-shaped pillow. Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127), 9⅝ in (24.5 cm) long.
  • A fine ‘Ding’ foliate ‘lotus’ dish, Song dynasty
  • A very rare carved 'Ding' 'lotus' jar, Song dynasty
  • A white-glazed bowl and ewer, Song-Jin dynasty (960-1234)
  • Konoha tenmoku, Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
  • CHINESE PORCELAIN JUN KILN DISH
  • A ‘Ding’ ‘Lotus’ Lobed Bowl, Northern Song Dynasty
  • A carved 'Ding' 'Floral' dish, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127)
  • A carved 'Yaozhou' celadon-glazedd bowl, Northern Song-Jin dynasty (960-1234)
  • A SMALL CARVED DING 'DAY LILY' BOWL, NORTHERN SONG-JIN DYNASTY, 12TH-13TH CENTURY
  • A ''Cizhou' white-ground black-painted 'floral' jar, Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127)
  • 北宋 - 汝窯青瓷紙槌瓶
  • Ding, Chinese, 11thC-12thC. Northern Song dynasty, stoneware meiping vase. Thrown in three parts joins discernible at the neck and halfway down the creamy white body. Decorated with carved and incised designs of overlapping petals and a peony scroll.
  • Guan ware mallet-shaped vase 12th century Southern Song dynasty Stoneware with Guan-type glaze H: 23.2 W: 14.1 cm Hangzhou, China Freer and Sackler Galleries Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1911.338
  • Song ceramics @ Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, 11 May 11, London - A.lain R. T.ruong
  • Vase [China] (50.145.301) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • A 'DING' BOWL AND COVER<br>NORTHERN SONG / JIN DYNASTY | Lot | Sotheby's
  • Funerary urn and cover (a pair), Song dynasty, 960 CE-1279, Qingbai ware. Stoneware, (a-b) 46.0 × 12.4 cm diameter (overall); (c-d) 47.5 × 12.1 cm diameter (overall). Gift of H. W. Kent, 1938, 3708.a-d-D3. © National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
  • A Cizhou sgraffiato vase, yuhuchunpin, Northern Song-Jin dynasty (960-1234)
  • An iron-brown painted black-glazed vase (Yuhuchunping). Song Dynasty (A.D. 960-1279)
  • Ewer in the Form of a Parrot China, probably Hebei Province, early Northern Song dynasty, about 960-1000 Furnishings; Serviceware Molded stoneware with carved and incised decoration, and green and brown glaze
  • 11th-e.12th C. Export Porcelain Ewer found in Korean tomb. Qingbai - blue glaze Chinese porcelain was widely exported all over Asia. made N.Song Dynasty, Jiagnxi Province China
  • Henan Black ware jar with white stripes, 2nd half of the 11th century – 1st half of the 12th century, Song Dynasty (AD 960 – 1279). @ the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
  • A rare molded Ding dish, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty, 12th century
  • 宋 定窯 劃花蓮塘雙鳧盤 - Ding Kiln, Song Dynasty, China, The Palace Museum
  • Greenware ewer with two chicken head spoutsoblique
  • The Southern Song dynasty was a period of relative peace, which allowed a refined and introspective atmosphere to permeate court taste. This is reflected in the tranquil shapes and muted glazes of such classic Southern Song wares as southern celadon, Guan, and Ge wares. Of those Song ceramics given court patronage, however, few are as admirable and popular as the celadon ware produced at the Longquan kilns, typified by their simple, well-proportioned forms and their thick, lustrous, blue-gree...
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