Porcelain stem cup with copper-bound mouth rim. The cup has cream crackled glaze. There is a peony spray in the centre, surrounded by three concentric circles.
- Height: 115 millimetres
- Diameter: 117 millimetres
Published PDF date : 18thCRoom 95 label text:
Stem cup imitating Ding ware
Potters in the late Ming and Qing dynasties made copies of Ding wares at Jingdezhen in Jiangxi province, Zhangzhou in Fujian province and in other southern kilns. This stem cup has a copper bound rim. Inside it is decorated with a moulded design of a peony spray.
Underfired porcelain with moulded decoration and a transparent glaze
South China 中國南部
Ming dynasty, about AD 1600–1644
On display: G95/dc11/sh3
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Object reference number: RRC38566
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