Yixing Stoneware from a distinguished Asian family collection (lots 585-640)
A pair of Yixing stoneware bowls
Qing dynasty, signed Yaji Each of widely flared from supported on a short straight foot, the exterior moulded with two bands of upright lappets, the clay of a reddish-brown tone. The largest 18.5cm long.
The seal mark reads yaji, literally means 'scholars' gathering', probably refers to the studio name of the potter.
Illustrated 出版: Ho Chien, Purple Clay. Wellington Wang's Collection of Yixing Wares, Taipei, 1993, p.288. 何健，《紫泥 王度宜興珍藏冊》，奇園國際藝術中心，台北，1993，頁288。