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Published PDF date : Jin-Yuan 13th-14th century, Room 95 label text: PDF 97 Rectangular flower pot stand This rectangular numbered Jun flower pot stand has four cloud-shaped feet. It is very rare for both the pot and matching stand to survive (matching pot is PDF 96) and both are inscribed 十 shi, meaning ten, on the base. Song Xu 宋詡 was the first scholar to mention Jun wares in AD1504 in《宋氏家規部》 (Song shi jia guibu ‘ Song family customs’). Later Ming writers mention Jun wares frequently in the literature of connoisseurship. Interestingly, however, unlike Song wares they are not described as items from another era in these works, suggesting perhaps that they were not antiques when the texts were compiled. Stoneware body covered in blue and purple glazes with olive-green on base Numbered or Official Jun ware官鈞窯 Juntai, Yuxian, Henan province 河南省, 禹縣, 鈞台 Ming dynasty, about AD 1368–1435
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Appeared in exhibition :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection ::, Appeared in exhibition :: Ming 2014-2015 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Hobson 1934 p. 79, pl. LXXVIII :: set with no.96, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1975 Monochrome pl. 49 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Pierson 1999 p.50, no.97 :: set with no.96, Bibliograpic reference :: Yorke Hardy 1953 p.25, no.97 :: set with no.96, Consists of :: stoneware ::, Dimension Depth :: 114.00mm :: base, Dimension Depth :: 147.00mm :: mouth, Dimension Height :: 53.00mm ::, Dimension Width :: 153.00mm :: base, Dimension Width :: 182.00mm ::, Dimension Width :: 182.00mm :: mouth, Inscription note :: The numeral shi (ten) impressed on base, Located in gallery :: G95/case52-7 :: 01 Apr 2009, Object type :: flower-pot-stand ::, Production (Made in) :: Juntai ::, Production Period / Culture :: Ming dynasty ::, Production date :: 1368-1435 ::, Uses technique :: glazed ::, Ware :: Official Jun Ware ::
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Exhibited: 2014 Sep-2015 Jan, BM WCEC, 'Ming: Courts and Contacts 1400-1450' PROMISED
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Exhibition label :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection :: PDF 97 Rectangular flower pot stand This rectangular numbered Jun flower pot stand has four cloud-shaped feet. It is very rare for both the pot and matching stand to survive (matching pot is PDF 96) and both are inscribed 十 shi, meaning ten, on the base. Song Xu 宋詡 was the first scholar to mention Jun wares in AD1504 in《宋氏家規部》 (Song shi jia guibu ‘ Song family customs’). Later Ming writers mention Jun wares frequently in the literature of connoisseurship. Interestingly, however, unlike Song wares they are not described as items from another era in these works, suggesting perhaps that they were not antiques when the texts were compiled. Stoneware body covered in blue and purple glazes with olive-green on base Numbered or Official Jun ware官鈞窯 Juntai, Yuxian, Henan province 河南省, 禹縣, 鈞台 Ming dynasty, about AD 1368–1435, Exhibition label :: Ming 2014-2015 :: YPL
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Official Jun stoneware flower-pot-stand with lobed corners, a flattened rim with a narrow raised edge and four coud-shaped feet. The flower-pot-stand has opalescent glaze on the interior, except junctions between sides, base and rim, which are purple, the exterior is purple-glazed, apart from an area of blue at the lower edge. There is an inscription on the base, which is glazed.
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