Bowl with impressed decoration of children playing with peonies, Ding ware, Northern Song to Jin dynasty, 11th-13th century
- Image Number: K1B002481N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
Round mouth, with copper buckle, deep wall and round bottom, short circle foot. The inner mouth of the utensil is printed with two spiral patterns and one circular pattern along the bottom. The inner wall is printed with intertwined peony patterns. The patterns are neat and dense. Three babies crouch between them. The pattern of the inner bottom center is indistinct and difficult to identify. According to the old records of Porcelain in the Forbidden City, the pattern of the inner bottom center is Wu Niu panting for the moon. The whole vessel is covered with white glaze color, and the glaze color turns yellow. Ding Kiln is located in Jianci Village and Yanshan Village, Quyang County, Hebei Province. It is the most famous white porcelain kiln in the north during the Song and Jin Dynasties.
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