Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Muji-Hakeme Type PlateARCHIVED
A Buncheong ware dish fired in the early Joseon dynasty. This type is called “Muji-hakeme (plain white slip brushed design)” in Japan, but it is applied with the dipping technique and soaking the front face in the slip. It is also called “Muan Kohiki (Muan white slip)” because it was produced in Muan-gun in the western part of Jeollanam-do, but potsherds have been found in other kiln ruins. In Korea, the brush mark slip Buncheong is called Guiyal (brushing), and the white slip covered one is Dumbeong (dipping, plop). This type of plate mostly has spur marks, but there are no marks on this piece; thus, it is considered to be fired on the top.
There are no noticeable defects other than minor chips and aging on the rim, and the condition is good. It maintains pure whiteness even though it is an excavated piece. Come with a box labeled “Kohiki Hira-chawan.”
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