Korean Punchong inlaid dish for Government-use 15-16th
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Directory: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Korean: Pre 1700: item # 1186818
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Early Punchong dish stamped and inlaid flower-heads design, dates back to Early Joseon Dynasty, 15-16th century.
Scarce 'Mishima' style piece with genuine government stamp at center, originally produced from government-subsided kiln (before "Bunwon" of the latter era) to be used for the branch of the authorities as fixtures.
Fine antique condition with aged slit-chip.
approx. 13.3cm in diameter, 3cm in height (5.23in, 1.18in)