Joseon Dynasty Gimhae White Porcelain Jar


An abacus shaped salt jar baked in Gimhae in the early Joseon dynasty. It forms a plump, downward-swelling vessel shape, leaving a clay mark and Hima (fire mark) on a base. The number of salt jars in Gimhae was produced less than that of bowls and plates, and also, the ones that are a suitable size for bowls are precious. The fine crackle transparent glaze peculiar to the area tend to be making tasteful grow and it will show more expression in colour and lustre with each use.

There are no noticeable defects other than three minor chips on the rim. Come with an old box labelled “Salt Bowl”.

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