Trần Dynasty Celadon Bowl with Fluted DesignARCHIVED
A bowl made during the Trần dynasty in Đại Việt (present-day northern Vietnam). The shoulder to the base is adorned with fluted patterns, complemented by an olive-green celadon glaze covering both the interior and exterior. While it shares similarities with Longquan celadon-covered jars, a departure is observed as most covered bowls from the Trần dynasty feature intaglio patterns, making this fluted design distinctive. The piece stands out with a well-defined shape and the raw yet meticulous workmanship of the flute technique.
The lip appears to have been without glaze since its creation, exhibiting two minor same colour restores and a chip. Other than these, no noticeable flaws are present, and the bowl is in good condition.
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