A Very Rare and Fine White Porcelain Jar-15th C.
Korea, early Choson period, 15th century
This jar is extremely rare as a Korean white porcelain from early Choson dynasty.
Of compressed globular form set on a slanted ring foot and with a flated, wide mouth, converted by a transparent glaze with even sheen, slight green tinged white graze appied over the surface and bottom, unglazed and kiln grit aheded on the foot rim.
It has a hair line crack on the botton, which probably occurred during firing in a firing chamber
and a small spot kiln kiss during firing, otherwise it’s in very fine condition.
Measurements; 11cm h, x 15.5cm d (4 1/4” h. x 6 1/8” d.).