Yù Hú Spring Bottle

Xu Yin


This vase is a fine representation of the classic vessels shaped during the Song Dynasty.A style less popular during the preceding Tang Dynasty, the artists of the Song period were inspired by vessels used by Buddhist monks during the Tang Dynasty to carry holy purifying water. The Song artists borrowed and perfected this look, making it an archetypal example of classic Chinese ceramics.The vase has a flaring rim mouth, a sleek neck that is most narrow at its center and a drooping belly held up by a round foot. “Yù hú” simply i...


Height: 34cm (13")

Width: 19cm (7")


Natural Longquan clay, glaze stone, throwing

Please note: slight color variations may occur due to the complexity of accurately photographing the color of each celadon piece.