Goryeo Celadon Dish with Relief Design


A celadon dish fired in the middle of the Goryeo dynasty. An excellent example from Gangjin or Buan (major production sites of celadon), it has the best colour tone you can expect for the Goryeo celadon. The front face is decorated with leaves and flowers in the embossing design, leaving three marks of silica stones on the base. These characteristics are similar to the Song celadon brought from China, and the influence of Ru ware is especially remarkable. Goryeo celadon had been shipped overseas as trade ceramics, and similar sherds of celadon have been found in Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province.

It looks like there are some hairlines, but only one line goes through the back. There are no noticeable defects except for frizzy glaze, minor kiln defects, and small scratches. Come with a box.

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