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Bowl with foliate rim and tall foot
first half of 12th century


Northern Song or Southern Song dynasty

Porcelain with transparent pale blue (qinqbai) glaze
H: 7.2 W: 11.9 cm
Southeastern China, China

Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1907.293

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This Chinese porcelain bowl was acquired by its previous owner in the late nineteenth century in Korea, where it was said to have been excavated from a Koryo dynasty (918–1372) tomb. The shape, with foliate rim, lobed bowl, and tall foot, was also made in lacquer.



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