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  • Place of origin:

    Si Satchanalai (made)

  • Date:

    15th century (made)

  • Artist/Maker:


  • Materials and Techniques:

    Stoneware with green glaze

  • Museum number:


  • Gallery location:

    On short term loan out for exhibition

Green-glazed stonewares from Zhejiang province were widely exported to the Philippines, Indonesia and mainland south-east Asia. Local potters emulated the Chinese wares, and by 1300 Thailand and Vietnam had developed successful ‘celadon’ industries of their own. After 1400, green- and brown-glazed wares from the kilns at Si Satchanalai in north-central Thailand acquired a prominent place in the export markets of south-east Asia.

Physical description

Stoneware jar with bulbous form, small cupped mouth and two ring-handles on the shoulder. Green celadon glaze with horizontal encircling bands incised on the upper part of the body. Part of another vessel is attached to the glaze. Base unglazed.

Place of Origin

Si Satchanalai (made)


15th century (made)



Materials and Techniques

Stoneware with green glaze


Height: 17.4 cm, Diameter: 17.8 cm

Object history note

C.215-1927 to C.283-1927 bought from C.J. Sebastian for £100.

Descriptive line

Jar, stoneware with green 'celadon' glaze, Si Satchanalai kilns, Thailand, 15th century

Labels and date

From the Register:
Vase, celadon glazed grey porcelain.
Siamese; probably 13th century.

From the Register:
Stoneware with green glaze.
Thai (Sawankhalok); 15th century. []
Celadon jar
Thailand, Si Satchanalai kilns, 1400-1500
Museum no. C.238-1927 [2009]




Glazed; Incised


East Asia Collection

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