Chinese Stoneware Wine Jar1600-1700 by Unknown

Porcellaneous stoneware wine-jar of guan form with ovoid body. Gilt copper-bound mouth rim. The wine-jar has finely crazed turquoise glaze. There is an inscription on the shoulder.
Culture/period: Qing dynasty (?), Ming dynasty (?)
Date: 1600-1700
Made in: Jingdezhen (Asia, China, Jiangxi (province), Jingdezhen)
Materials: porcelain, gold, copper
Technique: glazed, gilded
Inscription Content: 内府供用
Inscription Transliteration: Neifu gongyong
Inscription Translation: For use in the palace
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Dimensions (h/w/d): 13 12 (34 32)

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