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A LARGE LONGQUAN CELADON BARBED-RIM PLATE

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A LARGE LONGQUAN CELADON BARBED-RIM PLATE
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A LARGE LONGQUAN CELADON BARBED-RIM PLATE
China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The plate is incised to the center of the interior with a cusped basket-weave patterned panel surrounded by stylized floral scroll below a petal-barbed rim, covered with an even glaze of sea-green tone, continuing over the foot rim where an unglazed ring on the base has burnt to a dark orange.

Condition: With surface wear and scratches, minor manufacturing flaws, three hairlines to upper rim and two small perforations to foot rim.
Provenance: German private collection, according to the current owner acquired from an Istanbul private collection.

Weight: 2400 g
Dimensions: Diameter 32.5 cm

Auction result comparison: Compare a closely related Longquan celadon barbed-rim dish, also dated to the Ming dynasty and of similar size and form, at Christie's London in The Art of China on 21-28 May 2020, lot 31, sold for GBP 5,250.
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A LARGE LONGQUAN CELADON BARBED-RIM PLATE

Estimate €1,200 - €2,400
Jan 28, 2022
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0744: A LARGE LONGQUAN CELADON BARBED-RIM PLATE

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Est. €1,200 - €2,400Starting Price €1,200
Asian Art Discoveries - Day 2
Jan 28, 2022 4:00 AM EST
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Lot 0744 Details

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A LARGE LONGQUAN CELADON BARBED-RIM PLATE
China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The plate is incised to the center of the interior with a cusped basket-weave patterned panel surrounded by stylized floral scroll below a petal-barbed rim, covered with an even glaze of sea-green tone, continuing over the foot rim where an unglazed ring on the base has burnt to a dark orange.

Condition: With surface wear and scratches, minor manufacturing flaws, three hairlines to upper rim and two small perforations to foot rim.
Provenance: German private collection, according to the current owner acquired from an Istanbul private collection.

Weight: 2400 g
Dimensions: Diameter 32.5 cm

Auction result comparison: Compare a closely related Longquan celadon barbed-rim dish, also dated to the Ming dynasty and of similar size and form, at Christie's London in The Art of China on 21-28 May 2020, lot 31, sold for GBP 5,250.

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