Jun stoneware dish with rounded sides. The dish has blue and purple glaze on the interior and reddish-purple on the exterior, shading to transparent olive brown where it runs thin at the rim. There is a Chinese numeral Jiu (nine) carved on the base, which is unglazed.
- Made in: Juntai
- (Asia,China,Henan (province),Yuxian,Juntai)
- Height: 53 millimetres
- Diameter: 184 millimetres
- Diameter: 101 millimetres (base)
Published PDF date : Ming 14th centuryRoom 95 label text:
Dish with Jun glaze
Potters made ‘official’ Jun wares in Juntai, Yuxian, Henan province from about AD 1368 to1435. Table wares such as this Jun glazed dish are of this ‘official’ quality but do not bear numbers.
Stoneware body covered in blue and purple glazes with olive-green on base
Official Jun ware官鈞窯
Juntai, Yuxian, Henan province 河南省, 禹縣, 鈞台
Ming dynasty, about AD 1368–1435
Jun stoneware dish with rounded sides. Stoneware body covered with blue and purple glaze inside and reddish-purple outside. Glaze transparent olive brown where it runs thin at the rim. Base unglazed and carved with Chinese numeral Jiu (nine).
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