A Fine And Rare Blue And White Barbed 'Floral Scroll' Dish, Ming Dynasty, Xuande Period (1403-1425).


Very finely potted with shallow rounded sides, rising from a upright short foot to a barbed everted rim, beautifully and richly painted in shades of cobalt accented with the 'heaped and piled' effect, the interior with a pair of long tail birds shown en face amidst hanging grapes, pond stone and other floral in a garden scene, all wreathed by interlocked meandering stems within a two line  border, further encircled by  a border of cresting waves within the rim, the exterior painted with similar detached floral sprays within double-line borders, the base and foot ring left unglazed.

6 cm. High, 39.7 cm. Diameter.

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