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This kundika (Chinese junchi) has a flared mouth, neck with a narrowed center, a round body, breast-shaped spout at the shoulder, and a shallow, round foot. The interior and exterior, apart from the bottom of the foot, are covered in a white glaze. The mouth and spout have silver fittings. The surface is covered in a dense composition of blue designs of lotus sprays.
The piece was donated to the Palace Museum by Han Wai Toon (Han Huaizhun, 1892–1970).
Chinese entry by Wang Zhaoyuf
Translated and edited by Adam J. Ensign and Kang Xiaolu