This is a Jin (3rd-4th century) Yue glazed dish with attached earcup. It measures 14,5 cm across, and is heavy potted. Glaze is quite glossy, with here and there a glaze crack.The clay is red burnt grey pottery. The dirt is firmly attached and the glaze has light-brown discolorations. The earcup was used for wine and/ or food servings. Mostly made of lacquer, but represented for burial purposes in pottery. This one has the miniaturized cup attached to a saucer. The British museum has a similar piece, but described it as six dynasties.The Ashmolean again dates its piece more traditionally as Jin. The pictures show also the underside of their piece. A good match to mine.