年代： 宋 — 元
规格： 口径14.3 厘米，高：6.0厘米
Name: Shu-Fu Glaze Bowl with Swimming Ducks in Water Waves
Era: Song Dynasty (960-1279) to Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368)
Kilns: (origin): Jingdezhen kiln
Specifications: Diameter 14.3 cm Height: 6.0 cm
Appraisal: This bowl is of excellent quality. Its shape and form, clay body texture, and enamel glaze all are at the same level as the Su-Fu glazed white porcelains from the Song Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty. The reeds and swimming ducks are carved with chic style, which embodies the great Song Dynasty poet, Su Dongpo’s poem: “When the spring comes, outside the bamboo woods, there are a few peach blossoms, the ducks find out spring has arrived first since the river water has turned warm; then the reed shoots break the ground to reach heaven, and this is the time the globefish is ready to be served.” This bowl is very rich in poetic and artistic conception and represents a very high level of cultural heritage.