Goryeo Celadon Cylindrical Teabowl


A celadon teabowl fired during the Goryeo period. It features a plump semi-cylindrical shape, and is covered with a serene pale celadon glaze. This distinctively shape different from the prevailing wide-mouthed bowls of its time, this rare design suggests practicality, possibly offering warmth in the harsh, cold climate of the Korean peninsula. With a unique and gentle shape that reminiscents one of later Japanese tea pottery, this piece is truly exceptional for tea ceremonies.

While displaying minor Kintsugi repairs on the rim, the condition is generally good, despite slight signs of ageing and scratches. It comes with a box.

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