Dish with hibiscus-shaped rim in celadon glaze, Ge ware, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty
- Image Number: K1B017831N000000000PAJ
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The mouth of a six petal sunflower flower has a slightly deep slanting wall, which is horizontally folded inward to the foot border to form a waist folding disc, with a flat bottom and a short circle of feet. The body is thick, green enamel is applied, and the glaze is gray green, with dark fine lines on the glaze surface. A circle of grey brown color edge appears along the thin glaze at the mouth. Apply the glaze to the foot border, and the foot border is unglazed. Apply ochre fetal protection juice to the exposed part. The pan style is similar to the unearthed objects from Wang Xingzu’s tomb (1371) in Nanjing, Ming Dynasty. The bottom is engraved with Emperor Qianlong’s “Ode to the Ge Kiln Plate”: “The color and dark patterns are not light, so the Ge Kiln is named. Ya Ru Dharma is good for protecting monks, and one is afraid of the next generation.” The imperial poem. At the end of the poem, the chronicle of the reign of Emperor Qianlong (the 40th year of the reign of Emperor Qianlong: 1775) was signed with a seal of “Langrun”.
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