Joseon Dynasty White Porcelain Faceted Footed Bowl


A footed bowl fired in the Joseon dynasty. It has facets of a finger’s width and a tall flare foot. The entire body shows slightly loquat-coloured, and the glaze pool is bluish. It is inferred to be produced in a folk kiln in the latter half of the dynasty. The wood carving-like simple and warm appearance is attractive. A general-purpose size that can be used for the teabowl and Mukozuke bowl.

There are no noticeable defects other than the minor kiln defects on the rim. The part that looks like a hairline does not pass through the back. Come with a box.

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