Joseon Dynasty Katade Type White Porcelain Teabowl


A teabowl fired in the middle of the Joseon dynasty. This piece represents a relatively later variation of the Katade-type, which features a full glaze with distinctive sand marks. The glossy white glaze covering the entire bowl exudes elegance, resembling white porcelain, while the Katade-type has generally coarser made. The graceful form of the renowned Komogai shape and the Kagamiochi, a circle dent in the well, contribute to an exceptional tea-drinking experience, making this bowl remarkable within its category.

Although there are some hairlines on the rim and stains on the crackle glaze in the interior, this excavated piece maintains a good lustre and is overall in reasonable condition. It comes accompanied by a storage box.

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