Joseon Dynasty Hakeme Type Teabowl


A Hakeme-type (white slip-brushed design) teabowl fired in the middle of the Joseon dynasty. This teabowl has no distortion of the shape as in the early days of Hakeme-type has, and the glaze applied on the entire base, and the brush marks are clear. It is thought that it was a custom-made item fired in a Japanese ruled kiln, Busan kiln, but it was made relatively early due to the adhesion of earth rust, and it was probably in the soil for a while. The bamboo joint-like foot, swirl mark inside the foot, and the spurmarks on the front face are the highlights which are typical of Korean teabowls, are rich in wildness.

There is a hairline on the rim, but it doesn’t go through the back. Come with an old box with the words “Mid Joseon Dynasty Hakeme Chawan”.

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