Provenance: Collection Friedrich Otto Hasse (1886-1964), Bremen, Germany. Thence by decent. See image of the collector’s cabinet, in the center of the lower shelf. Old collector label to underside with inscription "Sung 960-1279".
Condition: One short hairline, one minuscule chip. A three-cm-chip with an old restoration (well visible on our detail images at www.zacke.at). Old wear and some kiln grit. Given the high age of this piece, and it’s absolutely doubtless authenticity, the condition is still very, very good.
Weight: 450.5 grams.
Dimensions: Diameter 18.7 cm.
The industrialist Friedrich Otto Hasse was considered a knowledgeable art collector in his time. He owned paintings by artists of his generation such as Kokoschka, Braque, Ensor, Vlaminck and others. He also participated in the 1920s trend of collecting Chinese art. A photograph from around 1980 shows a part of his collection, approximately 50 ceramics and bronzes in a glass cabinet (see detail picture online). One of the main subjects of the collection was Chinese ceramics from the Song to Ming dynasties. He acquired these pieces, as documented by extant invoices, at Hugo Meyl in 1924 and at the Cassirer & Helbing auctions in Berlin. The documents suggest that his main period of collecting was between 1924 and 1929.
來源：德國不來梅Friedrich Otto Hasse （1886-1964）收藏至今。見藏家展櫃圖片下方中間。底部有老收藏標簽 "Sung 960-1279"。
尺寸： 直徑18.7 厘米