Lot 193: A Chinese Yue-type dish , Song Dynasty, possibly Zhejiang province

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

November 15, 2016
Newbury, United Kingdom

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Description: A Chinese Yue-type dish , Song Dynasty, possibly Zhejiang province, with olive-green glaze, the centre incised with a goose motif within scroll foliate border, with Guy Godfrey Collector's label, No. 174 , 26.3cm diameter; a Chinese white stoneware dish , Southern Song Dynasty, 13th century, probably Fujian Province, with grey-white glaze, the interior decorated with incised and combed foliage, 28cm diameter; a Chinese stoneware bowl , Southern Song Dynasty, possibly Anqi Kilns, Fujian Province, with olive-grey glaze and the centre with incised and combed foliate designs, 18.7cm diameter (3) Provenance: The Peter Arlidge Collection, 1976-2014. For a similar example of a Yeo-Yao dish see, Lu Yaw, South East Asian Society, Song Ceramics , May-June 1983, p. 62, pl. 26; for a similar example of the white stoneware dish see, Mary Tregear, Song Ceramics , 1982, p. 157 and for a similar bowl see Mary Tregear, Song Ceramics, 1982, p.181, pl. 254 and South East Asian Ceramic Society , Chinese Celadon, June 1979, pl. 47 (b). -1? ??????????? ????: Peter Arlidge?? Please note: the Chinese Yue-type dish in this lot could be Yuan Dynasty
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