Sawankhalok Dish Ostracon With Fish Painting | Thailand, 14-15C


It is started producing Chinese-style ceramics in Thailand around the 13th century. This piece is an ostracon of the dish which fired in the 14th to 15th century in either Sukhothai or Sawankhalok and it shows the influence of Yuan dynasty’ painting porcelain.

Fish design is a standard motif in Thai ceramic of those days, but it has a distinctive expression in each one and any of them are the same. The fish’s black eyes looks like slightly upward that has humorous impression.

Although even it is ostracon, it can be used as a dish because the base of ware remain firmly.

W15cm × D13cm × H5.5cm
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