Goryeo Ash Glazed Jar


A small jar fired in the Goryeo dynasty. It has a unique shape that draws a gentle curve, and the ash glaze with reduction firing gives it a celadon-like colour. This piece is a rare example among the group of ash-glazed wares that were fired in folk kilns in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. The quint flowing glaze, reminiscent of the early glazed pottery, sets off the wildflowers.

There are no noticeable defects other than a minor chip on the side. It would be fitted on your hand well and glazed inside, so is also good for a drinking glass.

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