Floral-shaped washer with impressed auspicious animal decoration in white glaze, Ding ware, Northern Song to Jin dynasty, 11th-13th century
- Image Number: K1B009305N000000000PAF
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Mineral/ceramic/porcelain
Sixteen petal lace mouth, shallow arc wall, flat bottom, pedless. The whole vessel is painted with white enamel, and the glaze color is yellowish. The white body is exposed along the mouth without glaze, and the bottom is glazed, so it is known to use the re firing method. The bottom is decorated with a auspicious animal, and the outside is wrapped around the pattern. It has been handed down that the bottom of the wooden seat is carved with the words “auspicious animal washing in Song Ding Kiln”, “armour” and “ancient emperor’s play”. Because the wooden base is carved with the same name as that seen in the album of “Precious Pottery Brings Beauty” (today it is labeled as “Ceramic Spectrum”), it shows that this work is exactly painted in the album of “Precious Pottery Brings Beauty”.
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