Joseon Dynasty Ido Ware Footed Tray | Korea, 16C


A Katade-type footed tray fired in the Korean Peninsula. It is different from the white porcelain that was mass-produced in the Bunwon-ri (official kiln) after the middle of the dynasty, and this piece is conspicuous of common characteristics with so-called “Ido Chawan”, such as the loquat-coloured glaze and the three-tiered potter’s wheel.

It is clear that this is made for rituals, as opposed to the Ido Chawan, which was once touted as a “poor peasant’s miscellaneous goods” but which origin is still unknown.

There are two chips on the foot, but there are no other notable defects.

W11cm × H4.5cm
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