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A FINE LARGE DING INCISED 'PEONY' LOBED BOWL
A FINE LARGE DING INCISED 'PEONY' LOBED BOWL
A FINE LARGE DING INCISED 'PEONY' LOBED BOWL
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A FINE AND RARE LARGE DING INCISED ‘PEONY’ LOBED BOWL

NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY-JIN DYNASTY (960-1234)

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A FINE AND RARE LARGE DING INCISED ‘PEONY’ LOBED BOWL
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY-JIN DYNASTY (960-1234)
The interior is freely incised with a peony blossom borne on leafy stems, and the bowl is covered inside and out with a smooth white glaze. The mouth rim is mounted with a metal band.
9 3⁄4 in. (25 cm.) diam., Japanese wood box
Provenance
An important Hong Kong family collection
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. 25

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A Ding bowl of similar form and incised decoration is in the National Palace Museum, Taipei, and illustrated by Tsai Meifen, Decorated Porcelains of Dingzhou: White Ding Wares from the Collection of the National Palace Museum, Taipei, 2014, p. 75. Another closely related dish with similar carved peony decoration is in the Grandidier Collection in the Musee Guimet, Paris illustrated in Oriental Ceramics, The World's Great Collections, Vol. 7 - Musée Guimet, Paris, 1981, no. 28.

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