‘Two Dishes: Chinese Dingyao Foliate-Shaped Dish; Together with a Chinese Dingyao-Type Dish’, Doyle
‘Two Dishes: Chinese Dingyao Foliate-Shaped Dish; Together with a Chinese Dingyao-Type Dish’, Doyle
‘Two Dishes: Chinese Dingyao Foliate-Shaped Dish; Together with a Chinese Dingyao-Type Dish’, Doyle

(i) Chinese Dingyao Foliate-Shaped Dish, Song Dynasty, The lobed dish with sloped sides on the interior, the exterior lightly incised with six ribs, covered overall with a lightly applied cream glaze, the foliate rim glazed a dark iron brown;

(ii) Together with a Chinese Dingyao-Type Dish, Ming Dynasty, thickly potted with short sides raised on an unglazed foot rim, covered overall with a straw glaze with a light crackle throughout.

Provenance of the Ming Dynasty dish: Mathias Komor, New York

Diameter of larger 7.5