Chinese Yuan / Early Ming Dynasty Incised Celadon Bowl
This celadon bowl was made during the 14th / 15th centuries. It is "heavily-potted" and decorated with incised patterns on both inner and outer surfaces .The outer surface is decorated with a key-fret pattern around the rim below which are scrolling floral patterns; a similar scrolling pattern surrounds the inner surface. It is coated in a celadon glaze, the thickness of which obscures some of the incised decoration. Where part of the recessed base is unglazed, the pale grey body has fired to a reddish-brown.
Diameter 15.5 cm (6 inches). There is a stabilised crack to the wall and surface wear, most noticeably to the inner bottom surface.
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