Kosometsuke Fuyode Bowl with Design of Flower and Bird（Early 17th century）
It is the bright blue kosometsuke. The dignified appearance exudes dignity. You can also see from the old wooden box how it has been handed down as a bowl for sweets.
- Product Code
- Ming Dynasty
Early 17th century
- Bottom Diameter
- Old Wooden Box
- Perfect Condition（There are some holes at the edge）
It meets the rigorous modeling, beautiful blue and white, excellent baking. It is in the best condition without any pain.
Fuyode is a style of blue and white porcelain developed in the jingdezhen kiln in china during the wanli era（1573-1620）. The name “Fuyode” is said to come from the fact that the large circular opening in the center of the porcelain vessel, surrounded by petal like sections, is reminiscent of the petals of a cotton rose hibiscus. The Fuyode is a representative design of chinese porcelain made in response to the demands of southeast asia, the orient, and europe, and was produced mainly during the tianqi and the chongzhen era（1621-44）in the late ming dynasty. Fuyode is mainly in the shape of dish vessels, but some have kundika and bottle like forms.