Dish in white glaze with incised dragon decoration, Ding ware, 11th-13th century, Northern Song to Jin dynasty
- Image Number: K1B009307N000000000PAF
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Mineral/ceramic/porcelain
Round mouth, deep wall, flat bottom, no foot. The whole vessel is painted with white enamel, and the glaze around the inner bottom is yellow. The mouth edge is unglazed, and the mirror surface of the outsole core is unglazed to expose the white body. The upper edge of the inner and outer perimeter walls and the perimeter of the bottom surface are printed with a circle of patterns, and the bottom center is decorated with a dragon. It has been handed down with a wooden seat (hence the porcelain 009307N000000001). The characters “Song Ding Kiln Panlong Washing”, “B” and “Ancient Emperor’s Play” are engraved on the bottom.
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