Detail View: The AMICA Library: Foliated Platter (Pan) with the Eight Buddhist Symbols (Bajixiang), Flowers, and Waves

AMICA ID: 
LACM.55.40
AMICA Library Year: 
1998
Object Type: 
Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects
Creator Nationality: 
Asian; Far East Asian; Chinese
Creator Name-CRT: 
China, Jiangxi Province, Jingdezhen
Title: 
Foliated Platter (Pan) with the Eight Buddhist Symbols (Bajixiang), Flowers, and Waves
View: 
Full View
Creation Date: 
Late Yuan dynasty, about 1340-1368
Creation Start Date: 
1340
Creation End Date: 
1368
Materials and Techniques: 
Molded porcelain with blue painted decoration under clear glaze
Classification Term: 
Ceramic, porcelain
Creation Place: 
Jiangxi Province, Jingdezhen kilns
Dimensions: 
Diameter: 17 3/4 in. (44.8 cm)
AMICA Contributor: 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Owner Location: 
Los Angeles, California, USA
ID Number: 
55.40
Credit Line: 
Gift of Francis E. Fowler, Jr., Foundation and Los Angeles County Fund
Copyright: 
Contact the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Rights and Reproductions Office.
Rights: 
Related Image Identifier Link: 
LACM.55_40.tif