It seems to be a dyed pot from the Qing dynasty

 

There is a part where the glaze is peeled off on the back, and a part of the rim is missing and kintsugi is done

It's a dyed pot, but when I used it, it had a surprisingly nice presence and was an unexpected bargain.

 

I think it's a convenient size to use at home

 

Bar: Serving plate

Restaurant: bowl, amuse

Cafe: Cooking plate, confectionery plate

 

Material: Ceramic

Size: W180 * H 65mm

capacity:

Weight: 570g

Water leak: None

Blue and white pottery / China / 19th-20th century

¥4,000Price