Qing Dynasty White Slip Bowl in Underglazed Blue | China, 18C


A blue and white bowl fired in the Qing dynasty. It is probably produced in the Fujian area kilns such as Dehua kiln and Anxi kiln, as guessing from the design of Ganoderma painting and the die forming base. However, it is doubtful that the good quality of white porcelain had already been mass-produced in the area, but this piece is covered with engobe. Since there are countless coloured spots like Korean white-slip wares, it is presumable that if it was a response to an order from Japan that prefered wabi-sabi taste.

There are no notable defects other than minor chips that occurred during the kiln process on the base, and the condition is very good.

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