Korean Buncheong (Punch'ong) BOTTLE with a stamped slip design of ropes and chrysanthemums. There is an old gold lacquer repair to the mouth. Well potted and nice color. Circa: 15th C. Dimensions: 3 inches x 2.5 inches or 7.5 cm x 6.5 cm.
of pear form with long cylindrical neck and carefully painted in medium and darker strokes of underglaze cobalt of a powerful dragon striding through the clouds chasing the flaming pearl! The bottle also applied with a transparent soft glaze of blue cast. There is also a "kiln or artist's mark?" just behind the dragon's head. This is possibly from the royal Bunwon Kilns which stopped in 1883 when the royalty withdrew their support of these kilns. Marks on Joseon (Choson) era pi ...click for details
A large Korean white wear JAR in baluster form on a raised foot ring with a short neck and everted lip applied overall with a matt slightly blue crackled transparent overglaze. Height is 16 3/8inches (41.5 cm) and width at shoulder is 14 inches (35.5 cm) Condition is good, some iron spots, no chips or restoration. Circa: 19th Century.
Korean hexagonal faceted porcelain white wear bottle, Yi Dynasty, 19th Century. Condition is good, a few small "glaze pulls" but no cracks, chips, breaks or restorations. Height is 6 inches (15.5 cm) and width at shoulder is 4 inches (10 cm)
$650-similar item sold at Christie's in NYC on 18 Sept. 2001, Lot# 307 for $1,528. see pix #6
Korean faceted (11 sides) "Honey" POT with matching cover are the most uniquely "Korean" of pots! Also know as "seoganju" or "oja" in Japanese. Condition is good, some glaze bursts and bubbles which is typical with graduations of rich brown glaze. Height is 8.5 inches or 21.5 cm. Circa: 18th/19th Century.
Korean earthenwear "Rice-cake" or Alter Stand with top round surface with a whitewear glaze that has a slightly blueish tinge. There is a hairline, "kiln crack," on the edge that is visible from both the inside and the outside (see pixs)Well modeled. Dimensions: 5 3/4 inches (14.5 cms) in diameter x 2 5/8 inches (7 cms.) in height. Circa 1800-1850.
Korean WHITEWEAR JAR with blue overglaze floral painting on the shoulders. The rim was broken and repaired as seen in the photographs. Diameter is 5.25 inches or 13.4 cms. CIrca: late 19th Century, perhaps earlier.
Korean CELADON BOWL with a molded lotus flower design. Although this looks to be damaged in the pictures, it is not. The "rim chip" is glazed over and even though there are some protrusions which are the result of firing inconsistencies in the kiln because of the clay and the slip applied....this is an authentic affordable Korean late 12th century - Koryo celadon BOWL. Dimensions: 6.5" diameter or 16 cms. Circa: late 12th Century.
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KOREAN, Koryo Dynasty (12-13th Century) Celadon Stonewear CUP with provenance. A deep cup with rounded sides, contracted lip and bevelled foot-rim. Greyish-green celadon glaze, faintly crackled. From the Carl Kempe Collection of Chinese (& Korean) Ceramics # 877, Purchased @ Sotheby's in Paris Dec. 18, 2008. Dimensions: 3.5 inches (9.3 cms.) x 2.5 inches height or 6.5 cms. Condition is good. Three spur marks on base (see pix)
Korean Whitewear JAR with 2 different blue
drawings of grapes & vines on the shoulders in ovoid form. There are 5 hairline cracks in the neck; as well as two "kiln cracks," about 3" in length between the neck and the shoulder (along the seam) and an additional similiar crack between the footrim and the body. None of these detract from the beauty of the shape, glaze and paintings.
There are no cracks in the body of the Jar itself. The off-white (cream) color of the jar is t ...click for details