9 November 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 1,875
GBP 1,500 - GBP 2,500
A large celadon 'Longquan' dish, 14th century
with shallow rounded sides rising from the convex well to the everted and lipped rim, supported on a short tapering foot, the well with a moulded floral spray encircled by fluted lines at the cavetto, all covered with an olive-green glaze except for a ring burnt orange at the base -- 15¾in. (40cm.) diam.
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