Large 19th century white Korean brush pot molded and carved with a tiger and birds on a gnarled pine branch below a ruyi border. About 7-1/2" H x 6-1/2" W. Perfect condition. Authenticity is guaranteed. Additional images on request. Insured shipping at cost.
Large incised monochrome 11th or 12th century, Korea's earliest and first celadon, stoneware proto-porcelain bowl with incised freehand drawing of phoenixes, trailing their tail feathers in a circular pattern. About 7-7/8" W x 2-1/16" H and in excellent condition: Please note the extremely fine 1" hairline visible only on close scrutiny (see our fourth image) and a bit of glaze loss to the rim. The color "blue" attributed to Goryeo celadons is not blue but green. Thi ...click for details
Fifteenth century Korean maepyong celadon Punch'ong vase. Original condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. As you may see, incised and impressed leaves, arabesques and "daisies" are inlaid (Sanggam) with white slip. The designs were stamped into the body, after which a white slip was brushed over the whole surface; the excess slip was then wiped off, leaving the pattern filled with the residue. "...it is usually found that mae-pyong vases have sustained some i ...click for details