Ruyao Tianqing Streak-less Oval Narcissus Basin
Ruyao tianqing is a type of streakless, oval basin. It is among the few guanyao porcelain ware that’s still around today. Coming from the period of Emperor Huizong of Song, this basin takes an oval shape, has an extravagant mouth, deep wall, flat bottom, and narrow edge. It has four cloud-shaped legs, a thick surrounding wall, slight bottom legs, light green at the bottom, and light pink at the thin part of the mouth edge. The sky celadon is rare. There are less than 70 pieces in the world. Currently, they are on display in the Palace Museum in Taipei.