Excavated on Cangxiang lane of Yangzhou city in 1978, this pot has an opening rim that expands outwards a little bit, an upright neck, slanted shoulders, and flat bottom. On its shoulders there is a short spout with an octangular mouth, on the opposite of which sits a three-strip wide handle. Between the spout and the handle erect two ring-shaped knobs. Two pieces of applique featuring a flute-playing figure are placed beneath the knobs, one on each side, and a lion applique is attached below the spout. The greyish yellow pottery body is covered with lustrous green-yellow glaze. The vivid and exquisite embellishment on this pot represents a higher achievement made by Changsha Kiln in porcelain decoration.