Goreyo Celadon Flower-Shaped TeabowlSOLD OUT
A teabowl fired during the Goryeo dynasty. The flower-shaped body is covered with a thick celadon glaze, and silica spurmarks remain on the foot. Estimated to have been crafted around the latter half of the 12th century, during a time when plain, undecorated works were predominant, its jade-green colour is exquisite. Beyond the notches around the mouth, the gracefully curved sides with the beautiful jade-green hue mirror the elegance of flower petals, epitomising the distinctive aesthetics of the mid-Goryeo period.
The piece has undergone an expert repair process using Kintsugi techniques to mend the chip on the lip. Although it was an excavated piece, the surface is lustrous, with no noticeable defects other than kiln scratches. It is accompanied by the “Goryeo Celadon Flower Shaped Bowl” labelled box.
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