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Porcelain bowl with slightly curving sides. The bowl has coffee-brown slightly iridescent glaze. There is an incised key-fret border on the interior rim, with a rock and flower spray in a double ring in the centre. There is a mark in underglaze blue on the base.
- Made in: Jingdezhen
- (Asia,China,Jiangxi (province),Jingdezhen)
- Height: 59 millimetres
- Diameter: 172 millimetres
Inscription Typereign mark
Inscription Positionon base
Inscription TransliterationDa Ming Xuande nian zhi
Inscription TranslationMade in the Ming dynasty, Xuande reign
Inscription CommentXuande mark. Investigate underglaze inscription inside
Published PDF date : Qing 17th centuryRoom 95 label text:
Bowl with coffee-brown glaze
This bowl is covered with a coffee-brown glaze. The base bears an apocryphal Xuande mark. Inside is an incised inscription written in two lines of seven characters with three characters at the end.
Porcelain with incised inscription, underglaze cobalt-blue mark, transparent and brown glazes
Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province 江西省, 景德鎮
Qing dynasty, Shunzhi period, AD 1644–1661
Porcelain bowl with slightly curving sides. Coffee-brown slightly iridescent glaze. Incised key-fret border on the inside rim, with a rock and flower spray in a double ring in the centre. Mark in underglaze blue on base.
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Object reference number: RRC38925
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