Keywords: copper-green glaze
Clay: off-white stoneware with dark impurities. String-cut base, with scares of ridged shells used as firing supports. Glaze: clear glaze over body to foot; copper-green glaze over neck and to below widest point of body. Decoration: none.
Buff clay. Four small loop feet. Underglaze iron painted decoration of geometric bands and scattered plum blossoms on inside, stripes and cartwheels-in-stream on outside. Clear glaze, white and crackled where thick, and copper-tinted green ash glaze, applied separately; base unglazed except at edges, where green glaze is wiped off.