London, South Kensington
28 June 2007
A Chinese junyao bowl, 13th/14th Century
with gently flaring sides and raised on a small footrim, covered in a blue slightly crackled glaze with a splash of deeper mauve -- 7 7/8in. (20cm.) diam.
Previously sold in Sotheby's, London Olympia, Japanese and Chinese works of Art sale, 17th July 2003, Lot 270.
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