Chōsen Hoeryong Ware Jar with Streaked Glaze


A sea cucumber glaze jar fired in Hoeryong, North Hamgyong Province, during Korea under Japanese rule. The long vessel is coated with a sea cucumber glaze, and the purplish spots are reminiscent of a Jun ware spread over a wide area. Hoeryong ware under Japanese rule used glazes imported from Japan (according to one theory, Osaka), and many of them, like this one, bear the inscription “会寧 (Kainei)”. An example that indicate the evident of Japan’s colonial management.

There are no noticeable defects other than the chips on the mouth. Come with a storage box.

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