Joseon Dynasty Blue and White Porcelain Jar with Leaves and Flowers DesignSOLD OUT
A blue and white jar fired in the latter half of the Joseon dynasty. It forms a rounded and plump shape and draws flower patterns along the bulge of the shoulder. This is an example similar to the Peony pattern round jar, one of the works representing the later Bunwon-ri, but this work has a modest impression because there are no patterns on the neck. The backside is a complete blank, with diagonal glaze dripping and pale pink colour creating the scenery.
There is one chip and two hairlines on the rim (one of them is bird-finger shaped), but the condition is generally good.
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