Joseon Dynasty Katade-type Small Dish | Korea, 15C


A Katade-type small plate fired in the southern part of the Korean peninsula. It is coarse white porcelain made simultaneously with Buncheong ware in the early Joseon dynasty. A thick opaque glaze is applied on the semi-porcelain clay and is left five sandy stacking marks. It has an elegant impression of the contrast between the gentle glaze of mint blue and the high-fired tidy base.

The thin hairlines near the centre do not pass through the back, and there are no notable defects other than small scratches during the kiln process. It’s a piece, thick and robust, ideal for everyday use.

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