Goryeo Celadon Tea Bowl | Korea, 14C


In Korea, celadon was first made around the 10th century. In the early days, it was imitation of Chinese celadon porcelain, but gradually developed their own style afterwards.

This tea bowl is from the beginning of mass production for commons at the end of Goryeo. This celadon is a lot thicker than earlier works in this region. Rough parts are conspicuous as to whether the mass production system had not yet been established, but the neat vessel shape that can be regarded as a Korean works at first glance is truly impressive.

Although tiny scratches and crackles are seen, it is no problem to use as tea bowl but don’t recommend to fill with water for long time.

W14cm × H7.5cm
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