Round dish with flat foliate rim and fluted cavetto, Mino ware, Shino type

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At A Glance

  • Period

  • Geography

    Ogaya kiln group, Kani city, Gifu prefecture, Japan
  • Material

    Stoneware with iron pigment under feldspathic glaze
  • Dimension

    H x W x D: 3.2 x 19.1 x 19.1 cm (1 1/4 x 7 1/2 x 7 1/2 in)
  • Accession Number



Object Details

  • Description

    Light buff clay. Underglaze iron painted decoration of large blossom or leaf. Feldspathic glaze, glossy and cream colored in tone, with unmelted drops of glaze scattered across surface of plate. Irregular marks on base just inside low, rounded foot rim
  • Provenance

    To 1962
    N.V. Hammer, Inc., New York. [1]
    From 1962
    Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from N.V. Hammer, Inc., New York. [2]
    [1] Curatorial Remark 1 in the object record.
    [2] See note 1.
  • Collection

    Freer Gallery of Art Collection
  • Exhibition History

    The Glazed Ceramic Tradition of Mino and Seto Wares (April 26, 1985 to January 13, 1986)
    Japanese Art (January 1, 1963 to July 1, 1966)
  • Previous custodian or owner

    N.V. Hammer, Inc.
  • Origin

    Ogaya kiln group, Kani city, Gifu prefecture, Japan
  • Credit Line

    Purchase — Charles Lang Freer Endowment
  • Type

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