Glazed ceramic. China, Song to Ming dynasty
All three bowls are Longquan ceramic or stoneware. The small bowl with dark, olive-green glaze and craquelure is unglazed only on the small ringshaped foot. The large piece has a light color, the foot and surrounding area are unglazed, the body is light grey, with a ring in the well. The larger bowl has a dark olive-green glaze with dense craquelure, with a narrow, black line around the foot on the exterior and underneath the rim on the interior.
Dimensions: HEIGHT 2.7, 3.5 AND 7 CM, DIAMETER 8.8, 16.5 AND 17.2 CM
Condition: One restored area around the rim; otherwise very good condition
Provenance: From the collection of Juergen L. Fischer, Ascona