Joseon Dynasty White Porcelain Bottle with Iron Painting | Korea, 18CSOLD OUT
A white porcelain bottle fired in the middle of the Joseon dynasty. These iron painting bottles were largely crafted around Anseong in the southern part of Gyeonggi Province. The snake-like sketches drawn in three places have inconsistent brush strokes, one with a winding, one meandering, and one with a strange shape that bends the joints.
Most of the small jars on the peninsula were oil jars, but there is almost no dirt and odour inside. A light pink colouring spreads on the lower half of the body, and it is highly possible that it was a civilian’s liquor bottle. There is a crack on the shoulder during firing, but it does not pass through the inside, and it is ideal for the summer time sake bottle.
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