19 September 2007
PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK COLLECTION
A YELLOW-GLAZED SAUCER DISH
JIAJING SIX-CHARACTER MARK IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE WITHIN A DOUBLE CIRCLE AND OF THE PERIOD (1522-1566)
With shallow rounded sides rising from the tapered foot to the slightly everted rim, covered inside and out with a glaze of egg yolk-yellow color
7 in. (17.8 cm.) diam.
Bluett & Sons, London.
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