Dish, Longquan-type ware. Curved sides and flared rim. Stands on a low, broad foot ring with recessed base. The body is grey stoneware, covered with a thick, opaque, low gloss celadon glaze. An unglazed firing ring at base, which has turned reddish in the oxidation phase. This dish is decorated with a band of incised floral scrolls at the cavetto. A large chip at rim.
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