Dish with hibiscus-shaped rim in celadon glaze, Ge ware, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty
- Image Number: K1B017140N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
Six petal sunflower mouth, shallow wall, fold horizontally to the foot to form a waist plate, flat bottom, short circle foot. The body is slightly thin, and the celadon glaze is applied. The glaze is gray green with a slight beige tone, and the glaze surface has dark fine grains. The mouth edge is inlaid with copper clasp, and the glaze is applied to the foot border. The foot margin is unglazed, and the exposed part is coated with ochre fetal protection juice. The bottom is engraved with Emperor Qianlong’s chant “Ge Kiln Plate”: “Chuzhou is refined and good at producing food, and the plate was used for Pan Suo Sheng. The new law does not look at the destruction of trash, but it is not known that there is a brother in distress.” The imperial poem. At the end of the poem, the chronicle of “Qianlong Bingshenchun Imperial Title” (the 41st year of Qianlong: 1776) was signed, and a seal of “Langrun” was affixed.
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