|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Period:||Qing Dynasty (uncertain)|
|Credit Line:||Bequest of Robert C. Alexander, 1988|
|Other Number||342 - Other Number|
Porcellaneous stoneware. Body moulded in form of a peach with tripod feet.Wide scalloped mouth with two lizard handles attached at mouth and sides with peachbloom glaze over exterior and interior celadon crackle glaze. Peachbloom glaze is repeated on opposite sides. Sunken base glazed celadon. Tips of feet unglazed.
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