规格： 口径14.5厘米，高：2.5 Cm cliff
Name: Celadon-White with Two Flying Phoenixes Dish
Era: Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368)
Kilns: (origin): Jingdezhen Kiln
Specifications: Diameter 14.5 cm Height: 2.5 cm
Appraisal: The depth of this dish is shallow, but its edges are more arched. It is wider at the bottom, as well as along the rim — these are in full compliance with the characteristics of the celadon-white porcelains from the Yuan Dynasty. The dish was painted with multi-layer-pointed-shape lotus petals. Around this period, the Yunlei Pattern began to become loose — these are some of the characteristics typical of the objects made from the Yuan Dynasty. The two phoenixes flying face-to-face appear exquisite and lively — matching the composition of the Twin Phoenixes Pattern showed on the blue and white porcelain from the Yuan Dynasty. This object is of excellent quality, highly worthy of collection.