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Square shaped ceramic plate with iron black/brown glaze.  Areas of raised black glaze with speckled texture sharply contrast lighter brown sections.  Together they forn the shapes of circles, cracks, and lines.
Tamura Koōichi
Plate
1960 – 1963
Museum Purchase
1963/2.74
The interior of this thin porcelain, wide, and low saucer-shaped dish on a footring, is covered with sprayed powder blue underglaze with one large foliate-shaped reserve flanked by two smaller quatri-foliate-shaped reserves and two smaller quatri-lobed reserves, covered entirely in a clear glaze. The central and quatri-foliate reserves are painted with overglaze enamels to depict peonies and chrysanthemums, the quatri-lobed reserves depict landscapes, and the exterior covered in powder blue with a white base with underglaze blue double ring and a central diaper-shaped endless knot mark to base.<br />
Part of a ten-piece garniture set which includes: jars, 1982/1.206A, 1982/1.206B, 1982/1.206C, 1982/1.207A, 1982/1.207B, and 1982/1.207C; vases, 1982/1.208, 1982/1.215, 1982/1.216, 1982/1.220; plates, 1982/1.212, 1982/1.213, and bowls, 1982/1.221,1982/1.22.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Dish
1700 – 1722
Gift of the Estate of Hobart Taylor, Jr.
1982/1.213
The interior of this thin porcelain, wide, and low saucer-shaped dish on a footring, is covered with sprayed powder blue underglaze with one large foliate-shaped reserve flanked by two smaller fan-shaped reserves and two smaller quatrilobed reserves, and covered in a clear glaze. All the reserves are painted with overglaze enamels to depict peonies, chrysanthemum and prunus sprays, the white exterior is painted with floral sprays, with underglaze blue double ring with central <em>ruyi-</em>shaped <em>lingzhi </em>mushroom mark to the base.<br />
Part of a ten-piece garniture set which includes: jars, 1982/1.206A, 1982/1.206B, 1982/1.206C, 1982/1.207A, 1982/1.207B, and 1982/1.207C; vases, 1982/1.208, 1982/1.215, 1982/1.216, 1982/1.220; plates, 1982/1.212, 1982/1.213, and bowls 1982/1.221,1982/1.22.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Dish
1700 – 1722
Gift of the Estate of Hobart Taylor, Jr.
1982/1.212
Baked clay plate with vegetal motif. Paste is a gray-white porcelain, glaze is glossy with a few cracks. The plate was fired upright and contains cobalt on light gray-white colors. The plate is attributed to Kerman of the Safavid period. The swirling treatment of the vegetal forms reflect the Persian adaptation of Chinese wares that occured in this area. Also attributed to Kerman is the dark blue color used to define the painted areas without the hardegded precision of other production centers.
Iranian (Iranian)
Plate with vegetal design
1600 – 1799
Museum Purchase
1957/1.95
This ceramic plate contains negative white designs of a cross at center surrounded by a band of floral motifs at the rim. The plate is a gray-white porcelain whit glossy glaze and wide crackle. The colors used are primarily gray and white. The object was fired upright and is slightly restored. It probably dates to the Shah Abbas Safavid period. 
Iranian (Iranian)
Shallow plate with floral rim design on broad rim
1700 – 1899
Museum Purchase
1957/1.88
A squared porcelain dish with flat bottom, curved sides, and flat straight rim, painted in underglaze porcelain blue and overglaze red and green to create a night landscape on the base. Featuring a willow tree overlooking a body of water with a fishing boat, there is a moon in the sky, and floral sprays around the sides. Underglaze blue vine meanders around the rim. The dish is on a square footring and has gold leaf repairs.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Square Dish
1621 – 1627
Museum purchase made possible by the Augusta Plumer Weiss Memorial Fund
1977/2.18
This is a Persian interpretation of a Chinese type which can be dated on the basis of shape--that aspect which the Near Eastern potter chose to adopt. The polygonal alteration of the rim was a late 16th century development in the Chinese tradition. The well-defined scenes and foliage of he Far Eastern model have been more impressionistically rendered and the vocabulary of vegetal forms has been drastically reduced. 
Iranian (Iranian)
Octagonal Plate
17th century
Museum Purchase
1957/1.87
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This <em>Mina'i </em>plate features seated figures of royalty, probably princes and/or princesses, along with two attendants and birds. There is a stylized inscription on the exterior. The glazed plate features turquoise, cobalt, black, white and brown-red coloring. It is likely a provincial or late <em>Mina'i  </em>style plate from the Seljuk period.<br />
 
Iranian (Iranian)
Plate
1100 – 1299
Museum Purchase
1957/1.65
This glazed plate is attributed to the Safavid period in Iran. The interior decoration consists of yellow splashes on a glossy red-brown glaze. 
Iranian (Iranian)
Plate with deep red-brown glaze spashed with yellow (cracked)
1600 – 1899
Museum Purchase
1957/1.98
"Produced in the Wan Li era (1573-1619), the Chinese prototypes are more tightly controlled and more elaborate that the museum's Persian version. In place of nine rim panels in the Far Eastern piece our bowl has four, more widely dispersed over the rim area and enclosing loosely executed foliate forms. The elaborate scene usually appearing in the center of such bowls here is reduced to a simple bouqet, now in part reconstruction." 
Iranian (Iranian)
Plate with radial design
Museum Purchase
1957/1.84
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