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Ming Dynasty Longquan ware Celadon Tea Bowl with Lotus Design

Ming Dynasty Longquan ware Celadon Tea Bowl with Lotus Design

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Period : Ming Dynasty,China(1368 - 1644) / 14-15C

Size : H7.1cm W14.3cm

A celadon tea bowl fired in the Longquan kiln during the Ming Dynasty.
The bottom is small and has a bowl-shaped shape that opens wide with a slight curve towards the mouth.
A lotus flower is engraved on the outside of the body.
Lotus petals consist of 9 double petals and 18 petals.
The platform is small compared to the size of the body, and it is thin and elaborately made, similar to the construction of Guan ware.
The clay contains a small amount of iron, and a slightly grayish powder-blue glaze, which is typical of the Longquan ware and has no penetration, is applied to the entire surface of the pottery, except for the tatami mats.
A bowl with a shape called a Horenben-patterned bowl is representative of the Longquan ware, and several of these bowls are stored in museums.

There is no conspicuous flaws.It has good luster throughout and is in good condition.

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