Joseon Dynasty Hoeryong Ware Turquoise Glaze Vase


A long-necked bottle fired in Hoeryong or Myongchon in North Hamgyong Province in the latter half of the Joseon Dynasty. It has a bottle shape similar to the white porcelain of the mid-term Bunwon-ri (official kiln), and the opaque turquoise glaze applied to the body. The clay in the area is poorly fictile, and the work of such a long neck is quite rare. The opalescent light blue reminiscent of Jun glaze, and the sticking mark on the sides add a sense of rusticity.

The chips and Kintsugi repairs can be seen at the lip, but the condition is generally good. There is no odour inside and no water leakage. Come with a storage box.

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