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Incised

Method of decoration utilizing a sharp instrument while drawing or creating a pattern. Common on Chinese pottery and porelain from particularly the Song Dynasty (960-1279). Typically incised decoration is imitated by press moulding already in the following Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368). After this period decorations are predominantly done by painting with underglaze cobalt.

See also: Anhua

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