Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Ceramics, Room 137, The Curtain Foundation Gallery

Dish

1662-1722 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Porcelain dish painted in underglaze blue, at the centre with a naked boy among peony scrolls, on the rim with leaf-shaped panels in reserve on a blue ground, containing stylised chrysanthemums, under the rim with three sprays of plum blossom.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Porcelain painted in underglaze blue
Brief Description
Dish, porcelain painted in underglaze blue, China, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1662-1722)
Physical Description
Porcelain dish painted in underglaze blue, at the centre with a naked boy among peony scrolls, on the rim with leaf-shaped panels in reserve on a blue ground, containing stylised chrysanthemums, under the rim with three sprays of plum blossom.
Dimensions
  • Diameter: 27.6cm
Styles
Marks and Inscriptions
An incense burner in a double circle, in underglaze blue
Credit line
Salting Bequest
Production
Register
Subjects depicted
Other Number
Loan no. 1002
Collection
Accession Number
C.722-1910

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record createdDecember 16, 2008
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