Lot 2519
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Arts of the East: Asian Ceramics & Works of Art | 16 December 2021
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Two blue and white kraak porcelain bowls

Ming dynasty, Wanli period, 1573-1620, China

A so called 'kraaienkom' (crow bowl, named after the bird on a rock depicted on the inside), decorated on the outside with panels filled with florals and birds. With a smaller shallow bowl featuring a central scene of a man in a landscape surrounded by typical cartouches in kraak style.

The tall bowl: H 9.4 cm, D 14 cm. The smaller bowl: H 5 cm, D 14.5 cm

Small rim chips and frits and some kilndust in the glaze on the smaller bowl. No hairlines and no restoration.

€ 800,00
€ 1.200,00

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