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Petit vase à panse balustre en porcelaine émaillée céladon, marque à six caractères en zhuanshu et époque Qianlong. Photo Piasa

Petit vase à panse balustre en porcelaine émaillée céladon, marque à six caractères en zhuanshu et époque Qianlong. Photo Piasa

Republic Period Chinese crackleware spherical vase, on wood base, 6" h x 5" dia

Republic Period Chinese crackleware spherical vase, on wood base, h x dia

A Chinese Antique Blue Glazed Porcelain Vase: applied overall with royal blue glaze, of Qing Dynasty; Size: H: 18-1/4

A Chinese Antique Blue Glazed Porcelain Vase applied overall with royal blue glaze, of Qing Dynasty Dimensions: H:

A LARGE OF FAMILLE ROSE BOTTLE VASE, Qing Dynasty. The bottle vase is pear-shaped. The exterior is decorated with birds chirpping while on a tree branch connected by different kinds of flowers, vines, and leaves. The vase is also decorated with imperial designs and Chinese characters. The bottom is decorated with Chinese characters. 15 1/2 in. tall.

A LARGE OF FAMILLE ROSE BOTTLE VASE, Qing Dynasty. The bottle vase is pear-shaped. The exterior is decorated with birds chirpping while on a tree branch connected by different kinds of flowers, vines, and leaves. The vase is also decorated with imperial designs and Chinese characters. The bottom is decorated with Chinese characters. 15 1/2 in. tall.

A Chinese flambe glazed pear shaped vase, Yuhuchunping, 35.5cm

A Chinese flambe glazed pear shaped vase, Yuhuchunping,

Wood-fired Pitcher, #320:   This pitcher measures 9" tall. It went into the kiln with no glaze or decoration on the outside of the piece. During the three-day firing, using three cords of Chinese Elm fuel, the ash from the wood landed on the pitcher and created an all-natural-ash-glazed surface. You can rather imagine the flames sweeping around this piece, leaving their fire-marks. Elegant and understated at the same time.

This is one of my favorite ash effects from wood firing: The blue, shiny surface. I want to make dragons to fire in a wood kiln, enough of them to put in various parts of the kiln and hopefully get some of that blue on them.

Bottle with abstract design, Tang Dynasty: 7th - 8th century. Polychrome ware, earthenware. At the Boston Museum of Fine Arts: Chinese Pottery

Bottle with abstract design, Tang dynasty, century, "Sancai" polychrome ware, earthenware

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