A Chinese amber-glazed moulded pottery bowl
Liao dynasty (907-1125)
The rounded sides rising from a short foot, the interior moulded with a central flower-head surrounded by various trailing flower sprays and covered in a deep amber glaze spilling over to the exterior and stopping short above the foot revealing the pale pinkish buff, the interior with three unglazed spur marks.
Diam. 13.2 cm
– Fong’s Gallery, Hong Kong (1999)
– Collection Drs. Koos de Jong, Amsterdam
– [Exhib.cat.] Song Ceramics from the Kwan Collection, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong 1994, no. 191, p. 419 and 192, p. 421
– Lu Jing Zu, Liao Pottery, Liaoning 2002, no. 4 – 131, p. 215