Joseon Dynasty Ido Type Small Bottle


A Tokkuri sake bottle fired during the Joseon dynasty. The cup-shaped mouth is formed on the abacus-shaped body, and a greyish nubilous glaze is applied entirely. It is considered to be categorized to the coarse white porcelain in the late Joseon dynasty called Ido-type, from the feature of the base, glaze tone and fine crackle glaze. The pink-toned glaze is scenery tasteful, and the size is perfect for sake sets.

The chip on the rim was repaired with Kintsugi. There is no dirt inside, and the condition is generally good. Come with a box.

  • Repaired by

    Kintsugi Ryuin

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