Bowl

ca. 1690-1720 (made)
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Painted blue, both the bowl and cover are divided into two compartments containing incense burners, vases and various implements of the writing table as emblems of literary prowess.
CI: bowl, cover and stand of porcelain painted in blue. Stand dia 8 in (but bowl is only 6 in)


object details
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Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 2 parts.

  • BOWL
  • LID
Materials and Techniques
porcelain decorated in underglaze blue
Brief Description
Blue lidded bowl decorated with a design of items from a writing table, Chinese, ca. 1690-1720
Physical Description
Painted blue, both the bowl and cover are divided into two compartments containing incense burners, vases and various implements of the writing table as emblems of literary prowess.

CI: bowl, cover and stand of porcelain painted in blue. Stand dia 8 in (but bowl is only 6 in)
Dimensions
  • Diameter: 14.92cm
  • Height: 8.53cm
  • Of footring diameter: 9cm
Style
Credit line
R. Clarke Edwards gift
Production
from label
Subjects depicted
Collection
Accession Number
C.178-1913

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record createdFebruary 14, 2003
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