Rare Chinese Ming Dynasty Monochrome Porcelain Dish (24cm)
This unusual porcelain dish was made during the 16th century. It is relatively "heavily-potted", has a fluted wall and a foliate rim. It is coated in a thick creamy-white glaze that, due to its thickness, has sagged a little around the rim and "crawled" in places during firing. The glaze has a silky-matt appearance.
This dish is of a good size with a diameter of 24 cm (9.5 inches). It is in fine condition with a good ring when tapped and no repair or restoration.
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