Qing Dynasty Yunnan Ware Tea Bowl with Geometric Printing PatternSOLD OUT
A flat bowl fired in the Wenshan district of Yunnan province during the Qing dynasty. A flat shape with an unglazed circular stacking mark and various hexagonal patterns printed around the body. In Yunnan, this type of flat bowl was used in multiple situations, such as eating and drinking. The printing decoration was also widely used in Fujian Province and Japan simultaneously, and there is room for proof of the influence of each region.
There is a minor chip on the base and kiln alteration on the rim. Some hairlines may be lost into the crackle glaze, but the condition is generally good.
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