Group of four Chinese early Ming celadon footed dishes from shipwrecks. Two with incised decoration.Height ranges from 2 3/4 in to 3 3/4 in; diameter ranges from 4 in to 7 1/2 in.
The items are in fair condition with no major chips, cracks, or losses that affect the overall work. Consistent with age and use, all items show wear. Original firing and glazing flaws. Three items, except for the white bowl, have crazing to the glaze. The green bowl, captured lower left in the lot listing, have a 1 inch long chip to the footrim; there is a minute loss to the glaze to the rim; cracks to the footrim. The bowls, upper left and right in the listing, show unevenness along the rim, due to minute losses to the glaze; there is an unevenness to the footrim due to losses to the glaze. The white bowl, lower right, has a restored crack that goes through 1/4 of the bowl. To the interior and the exterior, there are visible glue residue. There is another adhesive residue to the footrim. Please contact us for a detailed condition report. Please note that the lack of a condition statement does not imply perfect condition. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any condition questions.
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