Sacrifice red glaze jade pot spring bottle
Made in Yongzheng reign of Qing Dynasty, 24.5cm high, and its diameter of belly is 14.5cm, first class culture relics, and now it’s collected by Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum.
Features: trumpet mouth, contracted neck, erect bulging belly, ring foot. The interior was enameled with white glaze, and the exterior was enameled with sacrificial red glaze, the color is so bright red and smooth that it can compare favorably with sacrificial red of Xuande reign of Ming Dynasty. Its lines are fluent and the body is dignified and stable, and it is a fine piece in the early official kiln of Qing Dynasty.