The artisan skillfully interprets this noble tradition through carvings on the ancient ceramic jar and then with layers of modern colored glazing, which create a sense of depth. This piece beautifully expresses the creative use of modern techniques on traditional ceramic materials.
Choé is a jar shaped like an old rice jar with a lid. The smaller jars are used to store salt and rice on the altar of worship. In contrast, the larger ones are used for interior decor, storing rice, fermenting wine, or storing and preserving the wealth for the owner. In ancient times, this item often appeared in the homes of wealthy families, mandarins, and landowners.
Dimension height 60cm, width 42cm
Technique hand pottering, engraving, color overlaying
Màu sắc multicolor