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Extremely Rare/Fine Korean Celadon Inlaid Bowl-12th C.

Extremely Rare/Fine Korean Celadon Inlaid Bowl-12th C.


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An Extremely Rare and Fine Korean Celadon Inlaid Conical Formed Bowl-12th C.: Korea, Koryo dynasty, 12th century. Of conical form rising evenly from a raised ring foot, inlaid on the interior in white and black slip with four flying crames set on a ground of clouds in the shape of small starbursts, the deep cavetto inlaid in white slip with a large chrysanthemum medallion and the interior rim in white slip with a narrow band of foliage, the exterior of the bowl inlaid in white slip with black-slip details with a wide band of floral arabesques swirling around four chrysanthemum medallions below a band of further cranes and clouds. The bowl covered with a grey celadon glaze of high luster, base glazed with three spur marks. It’s in fine condition without any repairs or chips except for burial discoloration (or oxidation) of a part of the exterior. It measures 18cm d.x 7.4cm h. ***A very identical bowl sold at Chritie’s, New York, Japanese and Korean art, Sept. 22, 2005. and see the Ataka collection in the Museum of Oriental Ceramics, and Rhee Byung-chang, Korai toji/Koryo Ceramics.