Joseon Dynasty Hakeme Brush Mark Slip Flat CupSOLD OUT
A Hakeme brush-mark slip sake cup fired in the early Joseon dynasty. A thick white slip is applied to the body mixed with pebbles, and a bluish transparent glaze is applied. This piece has a ringed rim and leaves clay marks on the footring and a swirl mark inside of it. It has a soft skin that can be expected to good aging, and the small stones that occur entirely are the highlights.
Optimal size for sake sets. Like many other Bunchoeng ware, this piece is also excavated, but the condition is extremely good. Come with a storage box.
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