A Rare and Fine Translucent White Porcelain Square Vase:
Korea, Choson period, 18th Century,
This square white porcelain bottle is one of kinds of typical Korean ceramics in
Choson dynasty (1392-1910). It is covered overall with clear and glossy blue tinged
smooth white glazed the whole surfaces, this bottle made with a very naïve in shape and
unglazed foot rim, with the tall tapering neck and rising to the square lipped mouth as well.
It is very find condition except hair line cracks on the base and one extended to the lower body.
It measures 7 1/8” h. x 4 1/8” x 4 1/8” ((18cm x 10.5cm)
*** A very identical square shaped white porcelain bottle but with painted under glaze
blue was sold at Sotheby’s, New York, Korean Works of Art, December 3, 1993, #31