This is a three-legged red porcelain tripod made in the Neolithic period of China. The quill is one of the vessels produced in ancient China from the Neolithic period, and is characterized by its bag-like shape with three legs. Originally it was a cooking utensil for steaming grains, but it seems that the use has diversified with the times, and there are various models.
Although this item has a slight fray around the mouth, it is in perfect condition and is in excellent condition. How about a collection?