An exceptionally rare Ming Xuande Chinese crescent shaped pilgrim flask, the neck of the flask displays a six character mark of the period.

These rare vessels were designed to appeal to Islamic tastes. They are few surviving examples. Other notable pilgrim flasks include:
-Robert Finlay, The Pilgrim Art, Cultures of Porcelain in World History p299,
-S. T. Yeo & Jean Martin in Arts Orientalis, Singapore, South East Asian Ceramics Society and National Museum Singapore, April 1978, no.28

It measures 8 1/4" wide by 7 1/16" tall by 4 5/16" deep (21cm by 18cm by 11cm)

This stunning 15th century Ming Porcelain flask is in good condition. There is some lose to one side of a single foot, some age commensurate alteration to the surface of the glaze here and there. There are no repairs. It presents and displays beautifully.

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The photos form part of the description of this beautiful Chinese flask.

ITEM ID
4055
COLOR
Blue, White
DEPTH
4.331" (11 cm)
STYLE
Antiquity, Asian Art, Ming
THEME
Asian, Mythological
WIDTH
8.268" (21 cm)
HEIGHT
7.087" (18 cm)
ORIGIN
China • Chinese
AGE
16th Century and Earlier
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Xuande Blue and White Ming Dynasty Porcelain Pilgrim Flask Crescent Moon Six Character Mark Period 1426 to 1435 15th Century Porcelain

$86,000

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