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A DING MOULDED 'PEONY' FOLIATE-RIM BOWL
A DING MOULDED 'PEONY' FOLIATE-RIM BOWL
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A FINE AND RARE DING MOULDED ‘PEONY’ FOLIATE-RIM BOWL

NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY (960-1127)

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A FINE AND RARE DING MOULDED ‘PEONY’ FOLIATE-RIM BOWL
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY (960-1127)
The mouth rim is gently indented to form six lobes. The interior is moulded in the centre with a peony surrounded by a further four peony blossoms borne on entwining scrolls decorated on the cavetto. The bowl is covered overall in a glaze of creamy ivory tone, the rim is bound in metal.
7 1⁄2 in. (19 cm.) diam., box
Exhibited
University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong, The Multiplicity of Simplicity - Monochrome wares from the Song to the Yuan dynasties, 2012, no. 28

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Compare to another Ding bowl moulded with this decoration, possibly from the same mould, on display at the Guimét Museum, no. MA4163.

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