With deep rounded sides rising from a short circular foot-rim to a slightly everted rim, carved freely with designs of stylised flowers and three dancing boys in the interior, the exterior display designs of vertical lines, covered all over in a olive-green celadon glaze. The base left unglazed.
• A similar example is illustrated in The Frederick M. Mayer Collection of Chinese Art, Christies, June 24th-25th 1974, pg. 119, no. 65.
• Another example with the carved boys design is in ‘宋元の美 術’ (Art of Song and Yuan), Osaka City Museum, 1979, 1-47, pg. 18.