The polylobed celadon ware dish with underglaze incised patterns, the well with sketchily incised flowers scrolls, The centre, the moulded character Fu (福) in a round medallion on a treillis ground, recalling wickerwork. The dish covered with a thick green glaze. The foot and base are glazed apart a wide ring for firing, showing typical greyish stone of the end of the Yuan dynasty and of the beginning of Ming dynasty. The polylobed shape and the sketchily floral patterns reminds the wares of Yuan period.
HARRISON-HALL Jessica. Ming Ceramics in the British Museum. Fig. 16:66, p. 488 et fig. 16:70, p. 489. (two Longquan celadon ware dishes with similar design)