Yaozhou stoneware conical bowl with slightly flared rim. The bowl has deep olive-green glaze. There are four fish and a squid in rippling water moulded on the interior, with incised radiating lines on the exterior. One of a pair with PDF.296.
- Made in: Huangpu
- (Asia,China,Shaanxi (province),Huangpu)
- Height: 41 millimetres
- Diameter: 97 millimetres
Published PDF date : Northern Song 11thC-12thCRoom 95 label text:
Conical bowl with fish design
Potters employed a reusable carved intaglio mould to produce this dish which sped up the production process. Inside four fish and a squid are depicted against rippling water and the outside is incised with radiating lines. It is covered with a rich and glossy olive green glaze. It is one of a pair with PDF 297.
Stoneware with moulded decoration and olive-green glaze
Yaozhou ware 耀州窯
Huangpuzhen, Tongchuan city, Shaanxi province 陕西省, 銅川市, 黄堡鎮
Northern Song to early Jin dynasty, about AD 1050–1150
Yaozhou stoneware conical bowl with slightly flared rim. The bowl has deep olive-green glaze. There are four fish and a squid in rippling water moulded on the interior, with incised radiating lines on the exterior. One of a pair with PDF.297.
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