shallow bowl on short foot ring; whitish-blue glaze; decorated with incised and combed scrolls on interior

Dish, 14th century

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A strong relationship exists between Vietnamese monochromes with carved, incised or molded decor and the Chinese tradition of ch'ing-pai, a porcelaneous stoneware featuring a thin, light blue, nearly white glaze. Large quantities of ch'ing pai were produced as far south as Kwangtung province which borders Vietnam. This shallow bowl and the saucer dish next to it featuring molded dragons in its cavetto, are very close in glaze, color, and thin potting to the Chinese prototypes.

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2001.4.66
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shallow bowl on short foot ring; whitish-blue glaze; decorated with incised and combed scrolls on interior