Joseon Dynasty Katade Type TeabowlSOLD OUT
A teabowl fired during the Joseon dynasty. It has soft skin with a potter’s wheel marks on the body, and the rim is slightly outwarded. The base has a vehement appearance, leaving a swirl mark inside the foot. Although it is an example of the Katade type, this piece connotes a Japanese tea pottery aesthetics, and the production age may go down after the Japanese invasion of Korea (1592-98). An impressive tea bowl with spectacular moulding and quaintly coloured skin.
There are several Kintsugi repairs on the lip. And there are some old hairlines running, but there are no leaks. Come with a box.
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