Porcelain dish. The dish has a white body and greyish-white glaze, except for the foot ring, base and parts of the exterior near foot. There are tear marks on the exterior, and an incised mark in centre.
- Height: 38 millimetres
- Diameter: 184 millimetres
Inscription TransliterationZhao yuan hao jiu
Inscription TranslationZhao Yuan’s good wine.
Published PDF date : 11th-early 12thCRoom 95 label text:
Dish with inscription
This white Ding ware dish has an incised four-character inscription inside which reads 趙元好酒 (Zhao Yuan hao jiu ‘Zhao Yuan’s good wine'). These words refer to the delicious wine which could be bought from the shop of Zhao Yuan as a kind of advertisement.
Porcelain with incised decoration, and transparent glaze
Quyang county, Hebei province河北省, 曲陽縣
Northern Song or Jin dynasty, about AD 1086–1127
Porcelain dish. White body covered with greyish-white glaze, except foot ring, base and parts of exterior near foot. Tear marks on the exterior. Incised mark in centre.
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Object reference number: RRC39232
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