Double-walled ling long teabowl of circular form, the outer wall carved with three openwork peony ﬂowerheads and foliage, on a ﬂuted and petal moulded foot, the base with openwork cash motif, covered in a cream glaze.
2 7/8 inches, 7.3 cm diameter.
Late Ming dynasty, circa 1640.
- From the collection of Captain J. Meuldijk, The Netherlands.
- An identical cup was included by Marchant in their exhibition of Blanc de Chine, 1985, no. 84, p. 36; another, without a ﬂuted foot rim, in The Victoria and Albert Museum, is illustrated by W. B. Honey in Guide to Later Chinese Porcelains, 1927, plate 109C.
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