This attractive three-lobed dish has 32 brocade (or tapestry) serrated bands, and a raised 16-petal chrysanthemum in the center. It has a 3-lobed foot with cut-out sections under the glaze. The bowl is signed with a 4-character mark. The diameter is about 9-1/8".
The condition is very good. Despite having 2 short hair-line cracks (one with a tiny nick), the bowl rings when tapped. There is some slight wear to the gilding.
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