Group of Mostly White-glazed Ceramic Vessels, China, 10th to 14th century, two white porcelain jars each with raised neck and wide mouth, on flat bisque base; four creamy white-glazed items: a conical ding ware-type bowl, a small gun jar, a small globular pot, and a small ewer with applied spout, C-shape handle, and two loops; a green-glazed stoneware alms bowl; and a green-glazed red stoneware tea bowl, ht. 2 3/8 to 5 7/8 in.
green-glazed tea bowl with two 2 1/2-inch hariline cracks, many with glazing flaws.
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