Dish, Plate (1) - Celadon, Dragonware - Porcelain - China - Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)

Description
Dish, Plate (1) - Celadon, Dragonware - Porcelain - China - Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Good condition, see description - 3.5×13.8×6.8 cm

An exquisite celadon glaze plate, this plate is round, the edge of the mouth is folded outward, the arc wall, the ring foot, the whole body is covered with celadon glaze, the inner wall has obvious signs of use. The outer wall near the mouth edge is marked with a flower string pattern for several weeks. The glaze is thick and plump, the glaze is shiny and pink, fresh and elegant, it is the typical utensil of Longquan kiln.

This vessel should be hand-made in China during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD). The bottom of the foot is unglazed, showing the craftsmanship, age and material. Guarantee the original and the specified time limit.

Source of artifacts: Private collection in Hong Kong.

Utensils specifications:
Height: 3.5 cm
Caliber: 13.8 cm
Base diameter: 6.8 cm
Weight: 322 g

Condition: In good condition, with a rat bite and a crack along the mouth. There is no trace of repair.

Shipping method: It will be safely packaged and sent with insurance for courier transportation, without bracket.

Lot details
Total nr of items
1
Object
Dish, Plate
Technique
Hand carving, Handpainted
Material
Porcelain
Period
Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Region/ Country of origin
China
Attribution
Original
Decor/ ware
Celadon, Dragonware
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
3.5×13.8×6.8 cm
Sold with stand
No
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