Ding porcelain bowl, with a six-lobed, copper-bound mouth rim. Creamy white. There are moulded peonies, leaves and prunus blossoms bordered by double lines on the interior walls, with a floral motif in the centre.
- Made in: Quyang (county)
- (Asia,China,Hebei (province),Quyang)
- Height: 89 millimetres
- Diameter: 236 millimetres
Published PDF date : Yuan late 13thCRoom 95 label text:
Bowl with copper–bound mouth rim
Reusable ceramic moulds sped up production at the Ding kilns encouraging economies of scale. This dish is moulded with peonies and other flowers.
Stoneware with moulded decoration, transparent glaze and copper rim mount
Ding ware 定窯
Quyang county, Hebei province 河北省, 曲陽縣
Jin dynasty, about AD 1115–1234
On display: G95/dc10/sh1
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Object reference number: RRC38547
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