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Northern Song Dynasty Celadon Sky After Rain Glaze Imperial Ru-Ware Tribute Cong Form Vase (WORLD CLASS)

Extremely fine exquisitely potted N. Song Dynasty Ru-ware sky after rain

Celadon Cong form Vase. This Vase is a tribute piece made during the final development of the Famed Celadon Ru-Kiln Glaze that was made exclusively for the Chinese Court use. This Ru- Ware Vase was made as a tribute Vase for the Chinese Court, the Vase has a gold bands around the rim and base and it has a very encrusted layered reddish cuprite and greenish malachite patina that confirms its great age. The Vase has bluish grayish glaze with a greenish hue and very fine crackle, also the Glaze has a smooth texture and has luminous qualities, but is not as luminous as, the Ru Kiln Celadon Glaze that was developed and used on the finest Ru-ware of the Chinese Court Fame. The Vase bottom has five tiny sesame seed size spur marks. The Vase measures approx. 5 1/4" tall  This piece is from a surviving hoard of N. Song Imperial Ru Ware!!! ppjrs



The Northern Song Dynasty Ru Ware Kiln was working from 1086-1126
There has been much confusion about how these wares were developed
and which wares were Imperial ware compared to the similar wares
sold to the public. Imperial Ru Ware is the finest most important
and rare wares China ever produced. This was the first time in China's
History wares were made exclusively for the Emperor and his court.
There is two types of Imperial Ru Ware the first row is the opulent
sky blue smooth celadon glazed wares with sporadic crackle these can
have Gold bands around the rim and the bases. these wares were used
as tribute wares to the emperor and his court. The second type third
row is the very modest bluish green glaze that has fine cracked ice
crackle and texture. These wares were commissioned by the Emperor
himself to be used exclusively by him and his court. The Emperor
Huizong was a artist and musician in his own right and was not pleased
with the opulent wares being made for the court during the N Song
Dynasty. After he saw the Korean Imperial celadon wares around 1114
he made his decision that he would commission the Ru Kiln to develop
and produce the finest and most naturally modest celadon wares with
very refined forms for himself and his court. To develop this glaze
the Ru Kiln experimented with the glazes that they had been using, as
you can see in the photos how they added colorant into the blue glaze
to create a bluish green celadon color. They likely had some help
from Korean potters to develop this glaze. They wanted the glaze to
look like celadon Jade and added agate powder into the mix to ad
texture. and also they wanted to get rid of the spur marks on the
bases of the vessels which was the last step. The brush washer that
was sold in Hong Kong was likely a prototype of these celadon wares.
As you can see in the photograph second row it shows the progression
to the final development of the Imperial celadon glaze. The piece that
was sold in Hong Kong seems to fall in the line of prototypes in
the photo. It doesn't have any gold bands on the rim or base as
does some tribute wares have. The Gold plated over copper bands have
extensive layered corrosion of Cuprite and Malachite where the
plating has worn. This clearly shows there great age. The biscuit
was made with a grayish ash colored clay with a high iron content
that turns brown after firing. The commissioned bluish green celadon
wares have a very luminescent qualities that show under different
lighting condition in photographs, and this quality making them the
most outstanding and collectible wares ever produced and these can't
be duplicated.



Northern Song Dynasty Ru-ware hoard Email me.    Cherry Hill NJ 08003"

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"If your a high end collector this web site may help you understand that your being ripped off and swindled by the corrupt auction houses and their crony dealer network right here in America."

They withhold the finest pieces from the open market. and no one knows how to evaluate their pieces because what you see in the auction results are mostly junk pieces not what is truly available in the market place.
They have lied so much about the true capabilities of the Chinese artisans in every period. And they only want to do business with the victims that have put their trust in them and they're robbing them blind. You must study and know what you are looking at and stop listening to these liars that are telling you all these cock & bull stories about Chinese art. There is a lot of good people that are caught up in their unwritten policies that they have in place and are to afraid to speak up. You must search out the finest pieces, just do the math during the Song Dynasty the population was 100,000,000 in China if just a half of one percent could afford the finest pieces that's a lot of Jade and porcelain made in the Song dynasty. this is why it is imperative that you collect the best possible pieces. You must demand they stop their corrupt policies and start offering the finest pieces on the open market so you will know where your collection fits in the real market place. They must open the market to everyone and stop the discrimination because the way they set this up you can't win because only they know what is really in the market place.  



I will sit down with any expert or scholar in the world to examine my N Song Dynasty Ru Ware first hand. They're afraid to go against Sotheby's because they sold that flawed Ru Kiln piece of junk for 27,000,000.

"Check my hoard of the finest and most important collectible ceramics China ever produced Official Imperial Northern Song Dynasty Ru-Ware"

The Ru ware that the National Palace Museum has in there collection are pieces that the Qianlong Emperor wrote poems on and these wares are not the Tribute or Imperial Ru ware that the Song Dynasty Emperor Huizong was receiving from the Ru Kiln. The Ru wares that are in Museums around the world are merchant class wares, not Imperial Tribute or Official Imperial wares. I have also offered donations by email to the British Museum, Philadelphia art Museum, The Cleveland Museum, The Smithsonian Sackler Freer Museum, Metropolitain Museum, etc. and they all didn't answer my email. This is part of the cover-up of  Sotheby's sale of the Ru brush washer in Hong Kong April 2012 for $27,000,000. I can prove it is not an Imperial piece and they should return the money and acknowledge what I have shown them all about Ru Wares. Right now their all trying to cover-up the truth about Ru wares. Because the bigger truth is that they're ripping off collectors for billions of dollars by not offering the finest pieces at their auctions and private sales. Major Museums and Universities are the puppets of the auction houses they'll not tell the truth they do whatever the auctions house want them to do. As one example even to the point of withholding the historic truth of the Song Dynasties Emperor Huizong and the Ru Kiln. They have no integrity and sit by and watch collectors being swindled out of their money and do nothing to stop this theft of billions of dollars from unsupecting collectors around the world. And these phony curators worry about their positions being lost. What you see being sold at auction is only a fraction of what is being sold and most of the pieces are junk. One way to stop them is stop buying the junk their offering you.  

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