Trần Dynasty Ivory Glazed Flower Shaped BowlSOLD OUT
A flower-shaped bowl made during the Trần dynasty in Đại Việt (current northern Vietnam). It has a thin body made of fine white clay, and the ivory glaze is applied except to the inside base. It is influenced by the early white porcelain of North China and the Qingbai ware of South China; the finely crafted bowl harmonizes with the gentle glaze colour in a lovely silhouette. Because the base is high and the volume is modest, it is suitable for a sencha bowl and a sake cup.
There are some chips on the lip and minor scratches on the well, but it is generally in good condition. It comes with a box.
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