New York, Park Avenue
19 June 1998
A PORCELAIN RITUAL DISH
choson period (second half 18th century)
With rectangular surface, flat in the center and rising to upturned corners, set on a tall, cylindrical foot, covered overall by a blue-tinged transparent glaze, slightly thicker and more blue in patches, and with even high sheen, base of the foot unglazed
2.7/8in. (7.5cm.) high; 5in. (14.6cm.) wide
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For a similar dish with round base see Richo toji fu (Record of Yi dynasty ceramics) (Tokyo: Jurakusha, n.d.), no. 88.
Another ritual dish with cylindrical base was sold in these Rooms, 24 April, 1997, lot 33.
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