Goryeo Ritual Bottle With Two Ears Covered With Black Iron Glaze | Korea, 13-14C


A geometoric pattern bottled shape flower vase with two ears, which combined a tecnique called ‘Kakiotoshi’ (scrapping) and traw‐rope pattern. This piece was probably fired in Korean peninsula during Goryo dynasty.

Two perforated protrusion like ears may have some meaning or intention beyond the decoration. In addition, this primitive formative art seems influenced by Totem that has been passed down to Korean region from northen Eurasia since ancient time.

Good condition with no significant damage. The glaze drops on the bottom, but stable.

W14cm × H23.5cm
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