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13th century

Unidentified, Vietnamese
Ly or Tran dynasty

Stoneware with celadon glaze
H: 9.0 W: 20.0 D: 20.0 cm

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Celadon glaze appears on ceramics made in northern Vietnam as early as the first century. This bowl shows the distinctive celadon glaze developed by Vietnamese potters working with the pale gray, fine-grained clay of the Red River Delta.

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