Korean Goryeo period stoneware bottle vase with wide shoulders tapering to the base and trumpet neck ending in a cup-shaped mouth covered overall in a finely crackled olive-rust tinted celadon glaze. The glaze stops irregularly above the flat, unglazed base that has burned red from firing. Circa 11th-13th century. 11 1/8” high. Good overall condition. There is an original firing imperfection (slight indent) at the rim. A fine quality restoration was made to an old crack at the rim. It is invisible to the eye. This piece is from a Tucson, Arizona estate.