Joseon Dynasty White Porcelain Tea Bowl


A tea bowl fired during the middle of the Joseon dynasty. It is indicated that manufactured in a local kiln in the Southern part of the Korean peninsula because of its morning glory-shaped wall with potting marks, sand grains inside the bowl, and a convex inside the footring. It is beautiful that the colour tone, the grey to pink, overlaps with the glossy transparent glaze, and it has a charm that can not be abandoned even in the relatively large number of excavations on this kind of bowl.

It has rough surface on the mouth, and there is a possibility that the hairlines are included in the crackle glaze, but the condition is generally good.

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