Ming Dynasty Longquan Celadon Flower Shaped Small Plate | China, 15-16C


A Longquan celadon small plate fired in the Ming dynasty. At that time, the kiln was in decline. Its oxidized celadon glaze and the unglazed inside base are reminiscent of coarse celadon such as Fujian type, but the characteristics of the Longquan celadon, which is glazed even on the bottom of the base.

Although it is a small dish, it has a solid thickness and a heavyweight, and it is an attractive small plate that cannot be overlooked. It is an excavated piece, but the lustre of the surface has not been lost, and stains on the crackle glaze are also tasteful.

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