Joseon Dynasty Blue And White Porcelain Small Dish | Korea, 18C


A blue and white small dish from late Joseon dynasty. The inside of the base is deeply scooped, is one of the features found in luxury items at that time. The shape and milky white porcelain resemble the works of Bunwon-ri kiln just after the official kiln was relocated from Kimsa-ri kiln.

However why it is the pale zaffer like Chinese painting. Also the design on the back seems to be inspired by Chinese Tianqi porcelain. The mysterious dish that has the characteristics of Joseon Dynasty in its shape but has a continental taste in its painting.

None of damage and well conditioned. This elegant marginal dish make a cuisene even more beautiful.

W13cm × H3cm
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