Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Small Dish Inlaid Wavy Lines Design


A Buncheong ware dish fired in the early Joseon dynasty. An example from the late 15th century to the early 16th century shows aspects of the transition period from Mishima to Hakeme (brush mark slip). It has a thick, heavy body with pale loquat-coloured skin fired with oxidizing flame. A fine piece of Buncheong ware that exudes a soothing atmosphere, with plenty of white slip applied.

Although it is an excavated piece, there is almost no rough surface, and it maintains a good lustre. There are Kintsugi repairs in three places on the rim—a chip on the bottom of the foot and minor glaze flakings in several spots. A single hairline extends from the Kintsugi part. It comes with a box.

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