Ming Dynasty Longquan Impressed Bowl with Decorative Scenes - 14th Century

A beautiful early Ming dynasty celadon glazed bowl from the Longquan kilns, dating to the 14th-15th Century.

The deep bowl with rounded rim and cylindrical base, decorated throughout with a celadon glaze, a splash of which is placed on the reserved underside. The exterior with Greek-key decoration and the interior profusely decorated with impressed scenes of figures seated with attendants, a horse and rider, standing figures, and decorative panels, all with explanatory inscriptions.

This interesting bowl is of a specific type produced by the Longquan kilns in the early Ming dynasty; they are referred to in Japan as Ningyo ude and a similar example can be found in the British Museum, ref. 1927,0714.2. A fine example of an important Chinese ware.

Ming Dynasty Longquan Impressed Bowl with Decorative Scenes - 14th Century. A beautiful early Ming dynasty celadon glazed bowl from the Longquan kilns, dating to the 14th-15th Century. The deep bowl with rounded rim and cylindrical base, decorated throughout with a celadon glaze, a splash of which is placed on the reserved underside. The exterior with Greek-key decoration and the interior profusely decorated with impressed scenes of figures seated with attendants, a horse and rider, standing figures, and decorative panels, all with explanatory inscriptions. This interesting bowl is of a specific type produced by the Longquan kilns in the early Ming dynasty; they are referred to in Japan as Ningyo ude and a similar example can be found in the British Museum, ref. 1927,0714.2. A fine example of an important Chinese ware.

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