Tag: Ding Ware

Chinese Tang Dynasty Bowl – Pale Whitish

Chinese Tang Dynasty Bowl – Pale Whitish

Extremelly rare whitish Bowl – Tang Dynasty (618-907)
Bowl with rounded sides forming a continuous concave surface on the interior, standing on a solid ring foot, with a clear glaze of pale whitish tint inside and outside. White porcelain bowls of this classic early form were made at both the Xing and Ding kilns in Hebei. This example shows all the characteristics of Ding ware. Tang Dynasty (618-907).
Perfect condition.

Provenance: Collection Lauw

Diameter: ca. 19 cm
Height: ca. 5,5 cm

Euro 1100.-

Chinese Ding Ware Song Bowl – Celadon

Chinese Ding Ware Song Bowl – Celadon

Fine Chinese Ding Ware Celadon Bowl – Northern Song Dynasty (960-1126)
Bowl of widely flared slightly conical form. It was a common practice of the potters at the Ding kilns in Hebei province to fire their bowls and dishes upside down in order to prevent warping of the thin walls. This method necessitated that the rims be wiped clean of glaze.
Provenance: from a dutch collector who bought it December 1974 at Sothebys Amsterdam / Mak van Waay.
Perfect condition, only the typical traces of production and use.

Diameter: ca. 17,5 cm
Height: ca. 5,5 cm

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