London, South Kensington
14 October 2005
A MING BLUE AND WHITE KENDI FOR THE ISLAMIC MARKET, CHINA, 15TH/16TH CENTURY
Of rounded form, painted in underglaze blue with a band of lotus flowers, 19th century metal mounted neck and spout, the octagonal fitting with calligraphic openwork side panels below an incised calligraphic band -- 9in. (22.7cm.) high.
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