A CARVED YAOZHOU ‘PEONY’ DISH
A CARVED YAOZHOU ‘PEONY’ DISH
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A CARVED YAOZHOU ‘PEONY’ DISH

NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY (960-1127)

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A CARVED YAOZHOU ‘PEONY’ DISH
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY (960-1127)
The interior is carved with a central medallion enclosing a peony blossom, below a band of stems and scrolling leaves that encirlces the well. The dish is covered inside and out with a deep olive-green crackled glaze.

7 3⁄8 in. (18.6 cm.) diam., box

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A dish of similar decoration from the Shang Shan Tang collection was exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago (obj: 239397) and another is in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (AK-MAK-1696), both are illustrated by Rose Kerr, Yaozhou Wares from Museums and Art Institutes Around the World, Hong Kong, 2021, nos. 123 and 124.

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