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Published PDF date : Ming 15th century, Room 95 label text: PDF 240 Dish with four fishes Yuan potters used a new technique to decorate this Longquan dish, creating a design with contrasting orangey-red unglazed (biscuit-fired) areas against rich green glaze. First, they incised aspects of the design, such as the flowers and then covered the whole dish in glaze except for a broad ring on the base, which was left to accommodate a kiln support. Next they applied designs from clay which had been rolled out thin like pastry and pressed-out using small carved moulds. This technique used to apply the four swimming fish is called sprig-moulding. Stoneware, porcelain-type, with incised and applied biscuit-fired decoration and celadon glaze Longquan ware龍泉窯 Longquan region, Zhejiang province 浙江省, 龍泉地區 Ming dynasty, AD 1403–35
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Appeared in exhibition :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1975 Monochrome pl. 65 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1977 p. 33, no.100 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Pierson 1997 p.36, no.240 ::, Consists of :: porcelain ::, Dimension Diameter :: 318.00mm ::, Dimension Height :: 89.00mm ::, Located in gallery :: G95/case5/sh2 :: 26 Feb 2009, Object type :: dish ::, Production (Made in) :: Longquan (area) ::, Production Period / Culture :: Ming dynasty ::, Production date :: 1403-1435 ::, Uses technique :: glazed ::, Ware :: Longquan Ware ::
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Exhibition label :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection :: PDF 240 Dish with four fishes Yuan potters used a new technique to decorate this Longquan dish, creating a design with contrasting orangey-red unglazed (biscuit-fired) areas against rich green glaze. First, they incised aspects of the design, such as the flowers and then covered the whole dish in glaze except for a broad ring on the base, which was left to accommodate a kiln support. Next they applied designs from clay which had been rolled out thin like pastry and pressed-out using small carved moulds. This technique used to apply the four swimming fish is called sprig-moulding. Stoneware, porcelain-type, with incised and applied biscuit-fired decoration and celadon glaze Longquan ware龍泉窯 Longquan region, Zhejiang province 浙江省, 龍泉地區 Ming dynasty, AD 1403–35
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Longquan porcelain dish with flattened mouth rim, and thick inclined foot rim. The dish has a grey-green glaze. There is a lotus spray in the centre surrounded by a scroll, and four unglazed fish around the interior.
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