Joseon Dynasty White Porcelain Jar


A white porcelain jar fired during the Joseon dynasty. It forms a unique shape with a rounded shoulder from the angled hip. A potter’s wheel mark is left on the wall, and the inside is unglazed. It is thought to have been produced in a folk kiln in the mid-Joseon dynasty, but it has a tasteful skin with a faint bluish and reddish colour similar to the Katade-type of the early period.

There are a few old hairlines and two kintsugi repairs on the mouth. It has been inherited as a tea caddy, and matcha’s scent remains inside. It fits in a box with a lid and drawstring pouch.

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