This shape is rare in its kind as it is use solely for the altar usually containing flowers or fruits as an offering during rituals. The shape is has two sections , the trumpet top with molded 8 leaf petals with lobed mouth rim corresponding to the leaf petals while the foot stand is molded with overlapping lotus petals set in a recessed based which is similarly glazed with even light bluish celadon color. The foot rim is unglazed that reveals light grey paste and burnt orange at the junction of the glaze meets.
The color leans more towards fenqing or powder blue color which is usually made with higher quality meant for the elite population or for tributary during trading in Indonesian waters for the king. "Dragon tooth" was a place famous for notorious pirates during the Srivijaya/Majapahit times around the islands of Indonesia. The item "ED031 A rare Longquan celadon ritual stand Southern Song 13/14thC" is in sale since Monday, July 6, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Incense Burners".
The seller is "bernardloh823" and is located in default. This item can be shipped worldwide.