Goryeo Celadon Tea Bowl | Korea, 14C¥18,000 JPY
A Korean celadon bowl called Goryeo celadon. It seems that baked in the end of Goryeo, when the mass production of ceramics began for the folks, and there are stacking marks during the kiln process inside of the bowl. The base had got bigger and the body had got plumper, as if in response to the style of the Yuan dynasty that destroyed Song dynasty in China.
In the 13th century, when Goryeo was under control of Yuan dynasty, Goryeo celadon was at its peak period. In the 14th century, it began producing daily general goods in Gangjin where was located a official kiln, but despite its plentiful production, the dynasty was kept decline. It could be said that this bowl is a part of climax works of the potters in Gangjin, who split around after the change of power from Goryeo to Joseon. The distorted vessel shape and grayish celadon tells the sprouting of Buncheong ware that appears later.
There is a T-shaped line inside surface, long-term use may cause water leakage, but normal use should not be a problem.
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