Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Mishima Type Jarlet


A Buncheong ware jarlet fired in the early Joseon Dynasty. The double-ring lines inlay are designed on the body and shoulders. Half of the body is mulberry-like purple, and the Kairagi glaze is created around the mouth and the base. Many jarlets of this size, known as oil jarlets, were made during the Goryeo period. However, the production of this size was considerably decreased during the Joseon Dynasty, so the Buncheong ware Mishima type jarlets, in particular, are very rare. A charming jarlet with an adorable size and shape shows a warmth like hand-moulding.

There is soil sticking on the spur marks of the base. The inside is clean, odourless and in excellent condition. It comes with a box.

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