Joseon Dynasty Northern Korea Celadon Bowl


A celadon bowl fired in the early Joseon dynasty. The shape is similar to the white porcelain bowls baked in Gwangju, but the clay is dark, and the glaze is Goryeo celadon-like. Half of the body is tan, and three characteristic spurmarks remain in the interior.

At that time, celadon was transitioned to Buncheong ware in the Southern part of Korea, so this piece is considered to have been made in the North. In the Northern part of the peninsula, celadon producing kiln sites have been confirmed in Songhwa County, South Hwanghae Province, and Kangsŏ County, South Pyongan Province.

A small chip and a short hairline can be seen on the rim. The footring is uneven, but there are no noticeable defects other that. Come with a box.

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