Khmer ash glaze tea bowl C 12th-16th centuries

This is a Khmer ash-glazed tea bowl (15th-16th century, excavator) with quiet colors.

The coloration varies depending on the bowl, and each has different colors such as white, yellow, brown, and blue.
All colors have a softness reminiscent of eggs.

The penetration is seen throughout, and it seems that it will have a good taste when used as a matcha bowl.
The rim is slightly thinned.

We have 14 bowls in stock this time, so I think it would be nice to use it as a confectionery or as a decoration.

Diameter w12.5cm Height 7.5cm
Antique Southeast Ceramics | 12th-16th Century

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