Joseon Dynasty Katade Type Teabowl


A Katade-type teabowl fired during the early Joseon dynasty. It boasts a distinctive shallow shape crafted from high-quality clay and enveloped in a thick glaze. While embodying the hallmarks of the Katade-type, including spur marks, potter’s wheel imprints, and exposed bare clay, it stands out with its pristine white finish, reminiscent of porcelain from official kilns of subsequent periods. This teabowl exudes a pure elegance, setting it apart in quality even among contemporaneous counterparts.

There is not much signs of damage in the glaze and retaining a splendid lustre. Two short hairlines emerge from the lip, with one not extending through to the rear. Apart from these minor features, the teabowl is in excellent condition.

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