Several pouring bowls of this form are illustrated in Zhongguo taoci quanji, vol. 11, Shanghai, 2000, pls.213-217, one of the same lingzhi design inside but a classic scroll outside, excavated at Anqing, Anhui province and now in the Anhui Provincial Museum, the others with simple lotus panels on the outside and various designs inside, the Capital Museum, Beijing, the Tianminlou collection, Hong Kong, the Museum of Chinese History, Beijing, and the Guangdong Provincial Museum. Compare also another bowl decorated with a lotus bouquet inside and lotus panels on the exterior, in the Jiangxi Provincial Museum, illustrated in Ye Peilan, Yuandai ciqi, Beijing, 1998, p. 42, pl. 23.Another pouring bowl of this type, the interior painted with a pair of swimming mandarin ducks, from the collection of David L. Nathan and now in the National Gallery of Victoria, was sold in these rooms, 15th May 1962, lot 55.
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