Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Small Dish Inlaid Rows of Dots Design


A Buncheong ware small dish fired in the early Joseon dynasty. This type of inlaid design piece is called “Sanggam Buncheong” in Korea and “Mishima-de” in Japan. It forms a robust and neat body with elaborate inlays on the front and back. The glaze has a bright gray-blue colour and is covered with exquisite fine crackle glaze. The meticulous craftsmanship and high-quality finish exemplify that it was made in the first half of the 15th century when buncheong ware still held its status as an official vessel. An excellent piece of Mishima-type that is both practical and worthy of appreciation.

A moinor Kintsugi restore is evident along the rim, accompanied by a minor hairline extending from it. Despite these imperfections, the dish remains in good condition overall, with only slight surface roughness along the rim and a minor scratch on the front. It comes with a box.

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