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Updated: 27 April 2015
Porcelain bowl, with rounded sides and everted rim. The bowl has a copper-bound mounthrim, deep blue glaze on the exterior and plain white glaze on the interior. There is a mark and an inscription in underglaze blue on the base.
- Made in: Jingdezhen
- (Asia,China,Jiangxi (province),Jingdezhen)
- Height: 92 millimetres
- Diameter: 212 millimetres
Inscription PositionOn the base
Inscription TransliterationYuci chunyi tang zhen cang
Inscription TranslationImperial gift in the collection of the Hall of Sincerity
Inscription CommentKangxi mark and period with hallmark. Inscription on base 'Yuci Chunyi Tang zhen cang' (Imperial gift in the collection of the Hall of Sincerity)
Inscription Typereign mark
Inscription Positionon base
Inscription TransliterationDa Qing Kangxi nian zhi
Inscription TranslationMade in the Qing dynasty, Kangxi reign
Published PDF date : Ming Kangxi 1662-1722Room 95 label text:
Bowl with blue glaze and inscription
The bowl has a deep blue glaze outside. The base has a Kangxi reign mark and an inscription which reads禦賜純一塘珍藏 (Yuci Chunyi Tang zhen cang ‘Imperial gift in the collection of the Hall of Sincerity’).
Porcelain with underglaze blue mark, blue and transparent glazes and copper rim
Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province 江西省, 景德鎮
Qing dynasty, Kangxi mark and period, AD 1662–1722
Porcelain bowl, with rounded sides and everted rim. Deep blue glaze outside and plain white glaze inside. Rim bound with copper to conceal damage. Mark and inscription on base in underglaze blue.
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Object reference number: RRC38938
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