Goryeo Celadon Small Bowl with Circular Lines Design | Korea, 13-14C


A small bowl of Goryeo celadon with three lines engraved on the rim. It must have been fired at the end of the Goryeo era. The elegant curved shape shows the influence of Ru ware in North China.

In Korea, the tea culture was introduced from China along with Buddhism, and it reached its bloom during the Goryeo era. The teahouses used by civilians and travelers were spotted in the capital city, Kaesong. It seems that this small bowl was a tea set used in such a place.

There is a chip on the feet, but there are no other defects.

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