Joseon Dynasty Bluish White Porcelain Ewer


An ewer made in the early Joseon Dynasty. An example of early made white porcelain resembling Qingbai ware in China. It has a sharp spout, a leaf shape handle with multiple holes, and a potter’s wheel mark on the body. It is one of the ritual utensils with lovely yet unique designs, represented by ear cups used in early Confucian ceremonies in Korea. Still, they tended to decline with the establishment of Saganwon (Office of Censors) and faded away in the middle Joseon period.

The handle is repaired with Kintsugi, but some of the gold has peeled off over time. Other than that, it is in excellent condition with an intact spout. It comes with a box.

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