Ming Dynasty Swatow Ware Polychrome Glaze Plate with Phoenix DesignSOLD OUT
A polychrome glaze small plate fired in the Zhangzhou kiln at the transitional time from the Ming to Qing dynasty. The ring lines are drawn in underglaze blue, and a phoenix, jewels, and a pair of dragons are drawn by combining overglaze red and green. Gosu-Akae was produced before Kosometsuke in Jingdezhen, but this work seems that refer to the painting of Tianqi Akae, and the era of production may be later until the beginning of the Qing dynasty. The phoenix, depicted by only lines, and the dragon with a jaunty expression gives an eccentric impression. The condition is good, except that the minor hairline is approximately 5 cm, and the red picture slightly flakes.
The condition is good, except that the minor hairline is approximately 5 cm, and the red picture slightly flakes.
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