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Dish

  • Place of origin:

    Zhejiang (made)

  • Date:

    1271-1368 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Unknown

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Stoneware, with applied decoration and glazed

  • Credit Line:

    F.E. Colthurst bequest

  • Museum number:

    C.32-1946

  • Gallery location:

    China, Room 44, The T.T. Tsui Gallery, case 27

The Yuan (1271-1368) is the dynasty when China was ruled by Mongol emperors. Kilns became bigger to take advantage of economy of scale and were managed by competent entrepreneurs. Some kilns active in the preceding decades ceased production, but the Longquan, Jun, Cizhou and Jizhou kilns continued their success. Jingdezhen became an important ceramic producer. Yuan dynasty ceramics are as popular among collectors as their Song dynasty predecessors. This piece is a Longquan ware.

Physical description

1271-1368

Place of Origin

Zhejiang (made)

Date

1271-1368 (made)

Artist/maker

Unknown

Materials and Techniques

Stoneware, with applied decoration and glazed

Dimensions

Diameter: 22.5 cm

Descriptive line

Stoneware dish with two applied fish, China, Longquan ware, 1271-1368

Labels and date

Dish with fish design
Yuan dynasty (1271-1368)
Longquan kilns, south China

Stoneware with pale green (celadon) glaze
Museum no. C.32-1946
F.E. Colthurst bequest [2007]

Categories

Food vessels & Tableware

Collection

East Asia Collection

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