19.6cm Diameter cm 4.5cmHeight. Covered overall with thick bubbled light bluish green celadon glaze except the foot rim which is burnt light orange , this dish has 16 formed radiating petals stemmed from the shallow foot towards the mouth rim and showing pinkish white ribs on the external cavetto where thinning of the glaze occurs.
This form is a rare form of plate that followed through the official guan type of ware which Longquan. Potters have managed to break away to suit the domestic and export markets by product differentiation and market segregation which follows the socio-economic situation of the 13.
The color leans more towards. Or powder blue color due which is usually made with higher quality perhaps for the elite sector of the population such as officers and aristocrats. Or perhaps for tributary conduct during the trading activities on the islands of Indonesia during the Srivijaya/Majapahit era. The yellow spots on the interior are probably caused by red coral encrustations that had stained the glaze previously. "Dragon tooth" was a place famous for notorious pirates during the Srivijaya/Majapahit times around the islands of Indonesia.
The item "ED033 A rare bluish green Longquan celadon plate Southern Song 13th/14thC" is in sale since Monday, July 6, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates".
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