Description Wares of this sort were made for use by the last Northern Song [Sung] emperor (who reigned from 1101 until 1125), but some authorities believe that this vessel and others like it (in the National Palace Museum, Taipei) were made during the Ming [Ming] Dynasty.
The number "1" incised Jun ware flowerpot has three chips under the lip that required filling and inpainting.
|12/05/2016||Examination||Examined and treated for exhibition|
|9/18/2017||Examination||filled; inpainted; surface cleaned|
|10/03/2017||Treatment||filled; inpainted; loss compensation; stabilized; surface cleaned|
- Imperial Chinese Treasures from the Walters Collection. 0.
- Masterpieces of Chinese Porcelain. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1980-1981.
- Reinstallation 2018: HH 450-452, 446-449 (1WMVP, Second Floor). The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. 2018-2021.
Provenance Acquired by Henry Walters, Baltimore; by bequest to Walters Art Museum, 1931.
Credit Acquired by Henry Walters
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