Korean white-crackle glazed tea bowl chawan Joseon 19th
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Directory: Archives: Regional Art: Pre 1900: item # 1188226
Please refer to our stock # 142 when inquiring.
Naturally distorted body, coated in white slip with scenic crackle, except the unglazed well-burnt areas ('Hima') as accentual texture, in the style of 'Kohiki', dated back to Late Joseon Dynasty, 19th century.
Well-matured and "grown" for many years in underground according to the sign of its aesthetic permeation into glaze.
Lovely and comfortably adaptable to the hands for practical use. Fine antique condition as is. Attached with wooden box and shifuku pouch.
approx. 14.9-13.1cm in diameter, 7.6cm in height (5.9-5.2in, 3in)