Taishu Ware Flat Teabowl


Flat teabowl fired in the middle of the Edo period. It forms a thick body with semi-porcelain clay, leaving 8 to 9 spurmarks in the interior and the foot. It was inferred to be produced in the Busan kiln under the direct control of the Tsushima feudal clan, but it cannot be denied that it may have been produced in Gimhae, which is located in the same Gyeongsangnam-do. In addition to the excellent work with the tea taste, the graceful glaze by the inheriting is preferable.

There are two minor repairs on the rim and one on foot, but no other noticeable defects. It fits in an old box with a drawstring pouch.

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