Brush dish with celadon glaze, Guan ware, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century
- Image Number: K1B017792N000000000PAD
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Stationery
- Material: Minerals/Ceramics/
The long oval shaped shallow plate is not very regular, and it seems to be formed by slightly bending its edges with a mud board. It is full of glaze, with only seven small nail marks at the bottom, showing black body. The glaze color is uneven, ranging from gray blue, bluish yellow, to moon white, and there are streaky glaze traces of pink blue; The edge glaze is thin and black. There are ice cracks, flakes and cracks on the surface? Eyes. The bottom of the utensil is engraved with a regular script in the 58th year of Qianlong’s reign (1793): “Elliptical pieces came out of Yue kilns. It is longer than the Tang and Song dynasties. It is neither a plate nor a dish. It is a sincere and useless utensil. Why are treasures the same as nine? Because of the deep reading of the years, the vicissitudes of life are precious to each other. The bun is cultivated and seven nails are preserved. The Tang and Song dynasties may not take it. The imperial title of Kui Chou in the middle of the spring is limited.” The seals: “Bi De”, “Lang Run”.
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