Dish with hibiscus-shaped rim in celadon glaze, Ge ware, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century
- Image Number: K1B008665N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Ceramics
- Function: Container
- Material: Mineral/ceramic/porcelain
Six petal sunflower mouth, shallow arc wall, short circle foot, dig foot over shoulder. The whole ware is covered with green porcelain glaze. The surface of the glaze is covered with dark patterns, and the glaze is applied to the foot edge. The bottom edge is unglazed and coated with dark brown fetal protection juice. The bottom is engraved with a “self” inscription. In contrast to the “A, B, C” characters that appeared at the bottom of the old porcelain in the Qing Palace, Emperor Qianlong regarded them as marks of rank. The word “self” in this work seems to reveal another possibility. In a word, the existence of the ancient collection marks clearly reflects that some of the cultural relics collected in the 18th century Qing Palace did enter the Qing Palace through market circulation channels.
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