The glazed stoneware that Thailand became most famous for at a very early date was Celadon, the green-glazed type known so well today. Celadon was an original product of China dating back to the period of the Five Dynasties (907-960) and the green glaze became very popular because it simulated the green of jade, the most auspicious of Chinese colors and materials. Celadon is characterized by simple but refined shapes , jade-like glaze, solid substance and a distinctive style.
This bowl is a beautiful example of Celadon. Not only does it have the jade colored glaze but also a beautiful natural clay pattern circling the bowl. The bowl is 5 high and the outside rim is 18.
This bowl will make a very nice accent piece on any small table.