A green-glazed pot from the Han Dynasty (202BC-220AD). In the Han Dynasty, authentic celadon appeared for the first time in the history of Chinese ceramics, as well as ash-glazed pottery, colored gray pottery, black pottery, and lead-glazed pottery. The bronze ware culture that prospered from the Yin Zhou period to the Spring and Autumn Warring States period changed completely to the Han Dynasty, when the technological innovation of celadon firing took place, and ceramics came to be made in a variety of techniques and forms. Among them, green-glazed and brown-glazed wares are said to have been light ware rather than practical ones.
This is a green-glazed jar with a handle from the Han dynasty, and although silvering can be seen faintly, it exhibits a chemical change that is different from the commonly seen silvered green-glazed jars. The soil from the excavation is attached.
It looks like a flower. (For 10 hours, there was no water leakage.)