|Period||Sui and Tang dynasties|
|Findspot||Tomb No. 2: M03 Hsiao-t'un, Yin-xu Site|
|Geographic Location||Hsiao-t'un village, Anyang, Honan province, China|
|Dimension||H. 6.7 cm; Diam. of rim 11.1 cm; Diam. of foot 5.2 cm|
This porcelain bowl was made of greyish white clay though its body contained a high level of impurity. Its greenish glaze showed glass-like fine cracklings. Bowls, multi-handled jars and stem plates were the common combination of grave goods in the Sui dynasty.