Celadon was originally developed in the imperial workshops of China as a substitute for jade vessels. Acquiring the look of jade is a difficult process. It requires a wood-ash glaze, a very high firing temperature, and fine clay.
Most fine Thai celadon originated in the northern part of the country, particularly in and around the old capital city of Sukhothai. The Thais have been making their version of celadon since the 12th century. There are variations in color and pattern unique to each batch fired.
This celadon was made in Chiang Mai, Thailand by a kiln operating within the old city walls. Note the glaze’s traditional crackle and color. The vase was converted to a lamp and rewired for use in the U.S.
- Origin | Thailand
- Dimensions | 14"Dia x 28.25"H
- Age | New
- Material | Ceramic
- ID | 21T01199
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