Goryeo Celadon Tea Bowl with Incised Lotus Flower Design | Korea, 12-13C


A tea bowl fired in the middle of the Goryeo dynasty. It was probably used for a tea ceremony as a Buddhism ritual in a Zen temple. And it was modelled from the celadon bowl of the Southern Song dynasty Longquan ware as characteristics of the rounded shape from a small base and the incurved rim.

Many Goryeo celadon bowls have a morning glory shape and are large, but this piece has a likeable handy size. There are no notable defects other than the minor kiln alteration on the body and minor chip on the foot. Comes in a box.

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