18 September 2003
A BURMESE LARGE WHITE-GLAZED SHALLOW DISH
Of shallow rounded form, with two subtly carved concentric double rings on the interior, covered overall with a crackle-suffused ivory glaze continuing just over the tapering foot, the unglazed base burnt orange in the firing and carved with a three-stroke potter's mark
12¼in. (31.2cm.) diam.
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