Dish with incised chi-dragon pattern in white glaze, Ding ware, Northern Song to Jin dynasty, 12th-13th centuries
- Image Number: K1B000004N000000000PAD
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Mineral/ceramic/porcelain
A small plate with a shallow wall and flat bottom and a full glaze. Only the mouth is inlaid with copper buttons. The surface of the plate is carved with a dragon, the head of the dragon is side to side, and the body is coiled up clockwise. The knife and pen are simple, and Teton is very alert. It is a common pattern of Ding Kiln. In 2009, when Ding Kiln was excavated, Yun found relics in the late Northern Song Dynasty, including “Qiao Wei” porcelain pieces, as well as similar pieces of Jian chi pattern. In the Collection of Treasures of the Southern Song Dynasty, it is said: “It would be better if there were dragon tigers on the bottom of the objects.”.
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