This is a late Song dynasty finely potted qingbai meiping vase.The whole vase is incised with a freely carved design of lotus scrolling flowers and foliage, with combed detail on the petals and leaves. There are a total of 4 large lotus flowers on the vase. The meiping is also covered with a thin layer of transparent glaze of pale blueish hue, leaving only the recessed base unglazed, exposing the burnt w ...click for details
A creamwhite white glazed stoneware yuhuchunping dated to the Yuan Dyansty. It stands on a short recess foot rim with a pear shape body everting upward with a narrow neck and towards an everting mouth rim.
This is a Ming dynasty small ribbed longquan dish. It stands on a shallow recessed footrim showing the orngish burn ungaled recess. From the foot rim, it everted stright upward with a ribbed outer body. In the center of the dish, there is a faint outline of an impressed single stalk of lotus flower.
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