Ming Dynasty Ko-sometsuke Blue and White Porcelain Diamond Shaped Dish


A Ko-sometsuke blue-and-white Mukozuke dish baked in a private kiln of Jingdezhen in the late Ming dynasty. It forms a diamond shape with a thick body that seems to follow the shape of the Oribe style and draws a landscape design that makes good use of the margins. The so-called Ko-sometsumke includes a considerable number of daily items for the domestic market in China. Still, this piece is an example that clearly shows that it is an export product for Japan. The deep-coloured cobalt shines well on the white surface, and the Mushikui (unglazed spots) that occurs on the rim are also a highlight.

There are no noticeable defects other than a minor chip on the rim. Come with a box.

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