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Subject:Early Qing Covered Dish, Slip Decorations, Paktong Bamboo Mounts
Posted By: Kevin Donnelley Mon, May 03, 2021 IP: 69.120.216.38

Hi All,
A very finely potted covered dish w/paktong naturalistic bamboo mounts. A very light underglaze blue w/ stem and foliate decorations, the blue w/ dark blue specs, the mossy leaf decorations are highlighted with slip, a very neatly trimmed foot rim, the outer rim is everted w/ an inward bevel, ending w/a squared flat surface above the deep foot, an everted mouth rim, neatly formed lid shelf, interior. the exposed rims are unglazed. a very high quality porcelain w/all around rusty iron specs

H: 4 3/4"; 12.1 cm(w/lid)
Diam: 8 1/4"; 20.96cm

Thank you for looking,

Kind Regards,

Kevin










Link :Donnelley


Subject:Re: Early Qing Covered Dish, Slip Decorations, Paktong Bamboo Mounts
Posted By: Kevin Donnelley Mon, May 03, 2021

adding more photos of the foot and rim, the interior w/ a view of the lid shelf, and iron rust spot







Subject:Re: Early Qing Covered Dish, Slip Decorations, Paktong Bamboo Mounts
Posted By: Kevin Donnelley Wed, May 05, 2021

A Ming bowl from Jingdezhen having the same rounded shape, and tall foot with the everted lip rim character, and without the very neatly formed interior shelf. The example is held in the collection at the British Museum

https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/A_Franks-759

Subject:Re: Early Qing Covered Dish, Slip Decorations, Paktong Bamboo Mounts
Posted By: Kevin Donnelley Wed, May 05, 2021

An example in the link from the British Museum collection w/ applied white slip splatters on reeds, blue ground, also from Jingdezhen, and Ming

https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/A_1947-0712-230

Subject:Re: Early Qing Covered Dish, Slip Decorations, Paktong Bamboo Mounts
Posted By: Kevin Donnelley Tue, May 11, 2021

In the link, as a possible source of inspiration of the general theme of undulating reeds, and “white mist” might be this Cizhou example. The “mist” in the current example extends to a lesser extent to the stems, and is more pronounced on the rounded leaves, while with the Cizhou example the “mist” was applied evenly between the stems and pointed leaves

https://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2018/arcadian-beauty-exceptional-works-from-song-dynasty-hk0821/lot.3112.html

Subject:Re: Early Qing Covered Dish, Slip Decorations, Paktong Bamboo Mounts
Posted By: Kevin Donnelley Tue, May 11, 2021

In the link, as a possible source of inspiration of the general theme of undulating reeds, and “white mist” might be this Cizhou example. The “mist” in the current example extends to a lesser extent to the stems, and is more pronounced on the rounded leaves, while with the Cizhou example the “mist” was applied evenly between the stems and pointed leaves

https://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2018/arcadian-beauty-exceptional-works-from-song-dynasty-hk0821/lot.3112.html


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