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White Porcelain Cuspidor
 

Tang Dynasty

Height: 10.5cm   Mouth Diameter: 16.5cm  

Bottom Diameter: 6.5cm  

Unearthed from the eastern suburbs of Xi'an City in 1955

The broad-mouthed glazed white porcelain cuspidor was once used as a sanitary instrument in ancient China. It was made in the Xing Kiln, the most famous kiln for making white porcelain in the Tang Dynasty.