Goryeo Celadon Bottle with Inlaid Black and White Chrysanthemum Design


A celadon sake bottle crafted at the end of the Goryeo period. Featuring a sturdy body with an elegant S-shape, this piece is adorned with black and white inlaid chrysanthemum patterns in four places. Its surface is covered in a greenish-brown glaze with mottled shading, while grits adhere to the foot. Dating back to the latter half of the 14th century, it represents a transitional period to Buncheong ware, boasting a slightly sloping and generously proportioned appearance.

Originally intended as an oil bottle, this piece shows minimal dirt and only a faint odor remains. With few rough surfaces and overall good luster, it has expartly undergone excellent Gintsugi repair along the chipped and scraped edges of the mouth. The item comes with a box.

  • Repaired by

    Kintsugi Ryuin

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