Dish with hibiscus-shaped rim in celadon glaze, Guan ware, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty
- Image Number: K1B017157N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
Six petal sunflower shaped, caulked mouth, shallow wall, flat bottom, short circle foot. The whole body is painted with green porcelain glaze, the glaze color is gray green, and the glaze surface is open with dark fine grain flakes. The glaze along the mouth is thin, showing a gray edge; Apply the glaze to the foot margin, and the foot margin is unglazed, revealing the burnt color. Although this plate style is similar to the unearthed objects from Wang Xingzu’s tomb (1371) of the Ming Dynasty, considering the shape of Kuikou ware, it has been popular since the Song Dynasty and is commonly seen in gold, silver, ceramics and lacquerware. In addition, the chronology report of Tiger Cave Kiln has not been officially published, so no further comparable data can be obtained; Therefore, the date was set from the Southern Song Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty. The bottom is engraved with Emperor Qianlong’s “Ode to Official Kiln Dishes”: “It is still a relic of the Song Dynasty kiln to earn nails, and the ice cracks keep glaze water. An example of the imperial poem is that under the Phoenix Mountain, who is precious without pottery refining?”. At the end of the poem, the chronicle of “Emperor Qianlong’s late spring imperial title” was written (forty years of Qianlong’s reign: 1775),
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