Chinese export ware plate found in East Africa

Made in China, Asia, Early Qing Dynasty.

Shallow bowl glaze in blue grey with painted glaze decoration of stylised Arabic script, stylised chrysanthemums and foliage. The repetitive design is broken into two sections, centre and rim, by two sets of concentric circles.

Summary

Object No.

A2453

Physical Description

Shallow bowl glaze in blue grey with painted glaze decoration of stylised Arabic script, stylised chrysanthemums and foliage. The repetitive design is broken into two sections, centre and rim, by two sets of concentric circles.

Marks

Possibly stamped under base the letter 'D'. Stylised Arabic script in decoration.

Dimensions

Height

49 mm

Production

Notes

The dish was made for export in China during the late Ming Dynasty 1368-1644 or early Qing Dynasty 1644-1911.

Made

Early Qing Dynasty

Designed

null

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1922

Acquisition Date

4 July 1922

Cite this Object

Harvard

Chinese export ware plate found in East Africa 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 August 2018, <https://ma.as/174989>

Wikipedia

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