Yingqing type porcelain bowl. The bowl has a white body, copper-bound mouth-rim, and blue-grey toned glaze. There are six panels of phoenixes among flower scrolls moulded on the sides, and a flowering branch in the well.
- Height: 39 millimetres
- Diameter: 163 millimetres
Room 95 label text:
Dish with luanbai glaze
This porcelain bowl is covered with an opaque blue-tinged glaze, except for the base. Inside is a moulded design in six panels of phoenixes among flower scrolls on the sides and flowering branch in the well. The invention of this thick egg-white glaze was important for the development of blue-and-white porcelain at Jingdezhen.
Porcelain with moulded decoration, luanbai glaze and copper-rim
Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province 江西省, 景德鎮
Yuan dynasty, AD 1280–1368
White porcelain Yingqing type bowl. Mouth-rim bound with copper. Covered with blue-grey toned glaze and decorated with moulded design in six panels of phoenixes among flower scrolls on the sides and flowering branch in the well.
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Object reference number: RRC39339
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