Goryeo Celadon Cup


A celadon cup crafted during the Goryeo period. It rises sharply from a small base, curving slightly inwards around the lip. While cups of this kind are typically smaller, this particular piece could serve as a tea bowl. The distinctive feature lies in its neat form, exuding tension and a robust, metallic touch.

The matte glaze on some parts of the lower body emerged as a result of the kiln’s internal firing conditions. Apart from a few short hairlines on the lip, there are no discernible flaws, and the overall condition is commendable.

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