Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Mishima Type Bowl


A Buncheong ware Mishima-type bowl fired in the early Joseon dynasty. A work from the late 15th century to the early 16th century, showing aspects of the transition period from Mishima-type (inlay) to Hakeme-type (brush mark-slip). The loquat-coloured skin is reminiscent of the ldo Chawan, and the white slip applied roughly created a spectacular scenery. The Amamori, scenery made by tea soaked inside the glaze, and lacquer joint line across the body make it outstanding like no other.

Among the Mishima type, which exists mainly from the excavation, this piece must be a very old excavated piece that does not have a rough surface and maintains a very lustrous surface. It indicates that used a long time after the old Kintsugi repair which the gold is partially peeled off. It fits in an old box with the inscription “Hakeme Mishima Chawan”.

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