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Dish

Label Text

Freer purchased this Chinese porcelain dish during his 1907 visit to Japan. It is one of the few ceramics that Freer acquired there: most of his Japanese and Chinese ceramics came from dealers in the United States, such as Yamanaka and Company in New York and Matsuki Bunkyo in Boston.

Object Name

Dish

Ware

Jingdezhen ware

Dated

18th-19th century

Period

Qing dynasty

Medium

Porcelain with copper-based peach bloom glaze and cobalt inscription under clear glaze

Dimensions

HxW: 4.7 x 20.5 cm

City

Jingdezhen

Country

China

Credit Line

Gift of Charles Lang Freer

Iteration

2

Shelf Number

80

Wall

East

Title

Dish

Object Number

F1907.526

Image

http://141.217.97.109/plugins/Dropbox/files/peacock-jpg/JPEG/F1907.526.jpg

Collection

Citation

"Dish," in The Peacock Room, Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Accession No. F1907.526, Item #3184, http://www.peacockroom.wayne.edu/items/show/3184 (accessed November 21, 2017).