Fine Chinese Ming Dynasty Blue & White Porcelain Bowl (rare pattern)
This porcelain bowl was made during the Middle Ming period (1488 - 1566). It is relatively "heavily-potted" and has a flared rim. The underglaze blue decoration is most unusual, featuring five human characters, one of which appears to be using a fishing rod. Various other decorative motifs are used. There is an area to the wall where the glaze is slightly off-colour and finely-crackled.
Diameter 15 cm. This bowl is in fine condition with no repair or restoration.
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