Goryeo Celadon Bowl


A celadon bowl fired during the Goryeo period. It has a dignified, slightly inward-tucked body, and the entire body is covered with celadon glaze. It was a standard type of celadon bowl for its time, and its coarse grits on the bottom of the foot suggest it might have been supplied to temples and local officials. The glaze offers a pleasing bluish hue, with an exceptional highlight being the glaze dripping along the rim.

While there is one minor chip on the lip and a slight glaze flaking on the front side, apart from these minor imperfections, the bowl is in excellent condition.

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