Joseon Dynasty White Porcelain Plate


A plate fired in the middle of the Joseon dynasty. Using white porcelain clay and the crazing bluish transparent glaze shows a beautiful tone. This piece is presumed to be produced during the transition period from Katade-type (coarse white porcelain) to white porcelain in private kilns. The glazing that extends to the inside of the foot indicates its characteristics. After this period, the clay or sandy clay spurmark decreased and increased grits instead of the spur.

Although some glaze flakings on the rim, the surface retains a good lustre. There is a Kintsugi repair on the back and a short hairline beside. It comes with a box.

  • The description will be updated as our research progresses.
  • Images may differ in color from the actual products.
  • Please read "Terms" when purchasing.
URL Coppied.