CARP: Chinese Art - Research into Provenance
 

Search Images
View Essays

0 images in Album
View Album

Register (Optional)
Username:
Password:

Help
Credits | Links

Ceramic dish

Return to Search Results

Ceramic dish

Image © Department of History of Art, University of Glasgow
To view larger versions of the images please register (for free) and then
log-in using the boxes on the left.

Large dish of porcelain. Made in China, Ming Dynasty, late 14th or early 15th century.

Measurements:
h: 3 in; diam: 18 1/4 in

Provenance:
A.J. Abbey; from whom purchased by John Sparks Ltd., August 1945; from whom purchased by Sir William Burrell, 23 October 1945, £60; by whom gifted to the Corporation of the City of Glasgow, 1945.

Manuscript sources
John Sparks Ltd., Stock Book 1945 p.149, August 1945, stock no.8363: 'Large blue & white plate decorated lotus & bamboo in two shades of blue', bought from A.J. Abbey; Day Book 1945 p.170, 16 October 1945: 'Large plate, white decoration on blue ground'.
Sir William Burrell, Purchase Book 1945, p.65: ‘One old Chinese fine large porcelain dish with foliate rim, decorated with scrolling peonies and foliage in blue and white on a darker blue ground. Hsuan-Te period 1426-1435 AD. Diam 18 1/2"’.

What:
38_658, ceramics, dishes, porcelain

Who:
A.J. Abbey
Dealer, John Sparks Ltd

Dates:
Sold by John Sparks Ltd 1945.

Periods:
IMPERIAL CHINA
Ming, 1368-1644

Design © HATII 2003