Joseon Dynasty Gimhae Katade Type Teabowl


A teabowl made crafted around Gimhae during the early Joseon dynasty. This teabowl belongs to the type admired in Japan known as ‘Ko-kannyu,’ distinguished by its delicate crackle glaze. Notably, this piece boasts a reduced firing finish with a subtle bluish glaze, a rarity within this category. When struck, it emits a clear, porcelain-like sound. The kiln-induced scratches and unglazed lines near the base create a picturesque landscape, while the swirling potter’s wheel impression on the well enhances the overall tea-drinking experience.

This excavated heirloom exhibits a profound lustre. The foot bears dents believed to be remnants of removed spurmarks. It is presented with a box

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