Qing Dynasty Cizhou-type Ware White Slip Small Dish with Calendar Pattern in Underglaze Blue


A small dish with white slip underglaze blue, fired in Shanxi region during the Qing dynasty. Characterized by the application of white slip to soft clay and the drawing of radial patterns using cobalt. This type, believed to have not only met local demand, but was also shipped to distant regions, often found in northeastern China and the Korean Peninsula. The painting style is considered an imitation of Jingdezhen’s blue and white calendar pattern, forming a standard design on various items within this type. It’s an interesting piece situated on the outskirts of the blue and white lineage centred in southern China.

Despite minor kiln scratches, chips, and dirt, maintaining a generally good condition.

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