Lý Dynasty Celadon Dish with Relief Design


A celadon dish fired during the Lý dynasty (1009-1226) in Đại Việt (now northern Vietnam). The relief design by moulding followed Chinese Song porcelain and was the major product along with the brown glazed inlaid-ivory glaze ware in Vietnam at that time. The unglazed base and spur marks on the front face overlap the Yaozhou-type celadon and retain the strong influence of northern China, which was still the centre of culture at that time. The highly transparent olive green glaze covered with crackle glaze is beautiful.

The glaze on the edge of the mouth has peeled off. In addition, there are some peeling points on the side of the base and the front face. There are no other noticeable defects.

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