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Chinese ceramic Yaozhou celadon, Jin/Yuan dynasties.
Chinese ceramic Yaozhou celadon dish the rounded sides rising from a short foot to a prominent rolled rim, the interior carved with three floral blooms issuing from a central branch against a foliate ground, covered overall with an even olive-green glaze, 13th century, Jin/Yuan dynasties, d. 12.5 cm, 4⅞ in. Bespoke box. 9-20217 5229
Provenance: Japanese collection. Inside the box a stamped seal of a shop or a collector: 駟德堂 Si De Tang. Si means: four horses; De means: integrity; and Tang means: hall/shop.
Literature: Song Dynasty Ceramics, by R. Kerr, 2020 London, cat. 54, p. 73 for two bowls with 18,3 cm in diameter but with a similar floral decoration.