Yuan Dynasty Jun Ware Plate


A Jun ware plate crafted during the Yuan dynasty. The dish’s surface, which looks like pale blackish ink blurred on the turquoise base, is reminiscent of the mysterious profundity of seabeds. During the Yuan dynasty, Jun ware was produced in kilns spread in present-day Henan, Hebei, Shanxi, and Inner Mongolia. By the end of the Yuan period, production had also expanded to Jiangxi and Zhejiang. It was said that this plate was found in the shipwreck of the second Mongol invasion of Japan. This masterpiece combines the robust and practical construction typical of Yuan Jun ware with the profound scenery of the glaze.

Although stains and shells are attached to the back, the front is glossy enough. It can be said that it is in excellent condition as a shipwreck piece.

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