Here is a ox-blood red glaze TWO handle Vessel,Lang ware.The glaze layer is thick and seems it flows naturally which emerges a very beautiful work. We can estimated it is an early works from the thick of the glaze. It is an unique design in such works. Its shape is delicate and elegant,The whole body of the vase is well-stacked. It is a good choice of collection.At the bottom there are words "made in Yong Zheng of Qing Dynasty".
Red glaze as such is named after Lang Tingji, the ceramics supervisor at Jingdezhen who created the glaze resembling "ox blood" in the Kangxi reign. The quality of the glaze is fine, even, and thick, giving the vase a bright and shiny appearance. Because the glaze on the mouth of the vase flows downward, it is thin and transparent, revealing the white porcelain underneath. The characteristics of this work are representative of Kangxi-era Lang ceramics.
Original condition, Very Good! It is perfectly preserved and no cracks. Very sturdy! Highly recommended! Highly collectable!!
Country of Origin：Jingdezhen Jiangxi China
Opening Diameter：3.86 inch/9.8cm
Bosom Diameter: 7.09 inch/18cm
Pedestal Diameter：3.66 inch/9.3cm