Joseon Dynasty Gimhae Katade-type TeabowlSOLD OUT
Katade-type teabowl fired around Gimhae in the early Joseon dynasty. It has a thin pottery clay body covered with a sleek transparent crackle glaze, conveying its producing area. The potter’s wheel marks and unglaze spots on the exterior create a landscape. It is an inherited piece named “福慶-Fukukei”, and it seems that it had been used in the tea ceremony for many years. A lustrous and profound taste shows its excellence.
There is an old hairline on the rim and a lacquer restoration around the base, but no other noticeable defects exist. It is stored in an inherited box with an inscription sticker.
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