The Jun dish is covered overall with a greenish-blue glaze decorated with purple splashes, with an incised character er (two) on the base, together with a small lobed pear-form 'ma jun' ewer covered with a thick bright turquoise-blue glaze.
7⅕ in. (18.2 cm.) diam.; 3¼ in. (8.5 cm.) high

New York, Japan Society, Pottery Exhibition, 1914. (according to label)
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