A Large Longquan Celadon Plate
Age: Ming Dynasty(1368-1644)
the stoutly potted body with lobed rounded sides rising from a short tapered foot to a broad everted rim, finely carved on the interior with a medallion enclosing a leafy blossoming eony, encircled in the lobed cavetto by floral panels, applied overall with an attractive even olive-green glaze save for an unglazed ring under the base left in the biscuit and burnt orange during firing.
Diam: 38cm., 15in.
Condition: In overall good condition, two small Japanese gilt repairs to the rim, wear and scratches on surface.
Provenance: From the collection of Peter L. Rosenberg
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