19 March 2009
A BLUE, AMBER AND CREAM-GLAZED TRIPOD DISH
TANG DYNASTY (618-907)
The center impressed with a flower head surrounded by six conjoined petals joined by demi-florets, all in blue and amber reserved on a cream ground below the blue-glazed shallow sides and everted rim, the exterior covered in amber glaze that continues in an irregular line onto the unglazed base and also covers the three supports
7¼ in. (18.5 cm.) diam., box
A private Asian collection in the 1980s-90s.
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