Joseon Dynasty White Porcelain Flat CupSOLD OUT
A white porcelain cup fired during the Joseon dynasty. A bluish transparent glaze is applied to the rippled body. Also, it has a ringed rim and three stucking sand marks on the interior. It is inferred to be produced with the involvement of the Japanese after the Japanese invasions of Korea because this piece was conscious of the tea ceremony that was not seen in the earlier white porcelain in Korea. The lustrous glaze with a faint pink colour is beautiful.
It would be suitable for a sake set and deep enough as a flat teabowl too. There are several minor hairlines, two minor chips and a chip on the rim, but the condition is generally good. it come with a Shifuku (drawstring poach) and a box.
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