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522
A 'JIZHOU' 'PRUNUS AND MOON' BOWL
SONG DYNASTY
Estimate
30,00040,000
JUMP TO LOT
522
A 'JIZHOU' 'PRUNUS AND MOON' BOWL
SONG DYNASTY
Estimate
30,00040,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A 'JIZHOU' 'PRUNUS AND MOON' BOWL
SONG DYNASTY
of conical form with a slightly inverted rim, spontaneously painted to the interior in translucent amber splashes with occasional transmuted beige spots forming an abstract prunus branch and the moon, all against a mottled caramel-black ground, the exterior covered with a variegated glaze of black and russet-brown, falling short of the foot to reveal the buff-coloured stoneware body
14.6 cm, 5 3/4  in.
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Catalogue Note

This bowl is accompanied by a hakogaki by Tadanari Mitsuoka (1907-1994), former head curator at the Nezu Museum and Yamato Bunkakan. For 'Jizhou' bowls of this type, see several examples in the Palace Museum collection, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum. Porcelain of the Song Dynasty (II), Beijing, 1996, pls 226-230.

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