Dish with impressed dragon decoration in white glaze, Ding ware, Northern Song to Jin dynasty, 11th-13th century
- Image Number: K1B009306N000000000PAF
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Mineral/ceramic/porcelain
Round mouth, shallow curved wall, flat bottom, short circle foot. The whole vessel is painted with white glaze, the glaze color is yellowish, and there are traces of flowing glaze on the outer wall. The mouth is inlaid with copper clasps, and the foot edge is glazed, so it is known that it is fired by re firing method. The upper edge of the inner wall is printed with a moire, the lower edge is printed with a roll cloud pattern, and the bottom is decorated with a cloud dragon pattern. It has been handed down with a wooden seat (hence the porcelain 009306N000000001), which is engraved with “Song Ding Kiln Panlong Dish”, “Jia” and “Ancient Emperor’s Royal Play” at the bottom.
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