Liao Dynasty Brown Glazed Dish with Relief DesignSOLD OUT
A brown glaze dish fired during the Liao Dynasty. It features a splendid depiction of nature intricately relieved on its slightly deep body. Additionally, three small spur marks embellish the front face.
Kiln sites from the Liao Dynasty have been unearthed in regions historically ruled by the Khitan, encompassing present-day Inner Mongolia and Liaoning Province. These artefacts bear the ethnic characteristics of the Khitan and showcase a distinctive pottery style. Despite the absence of an official kiln discovery, the pottery from this era is generally of high quality, with remarkable intricacies in reliefs and a lustrous glaze.
Despite its soft clay composition, this plate is in excellent condition, showing no noticeable defects apart from a minor scratch on the surface.
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