KOREAN HIGH-FOOTED BOWL
The beauty of such old Korean ware was found out in Japan, to be often applied to use for the Japanized sense and its conceptual art form such as tea ceremony etc as Art of 'Mitate' for instance.
This pieces was originally used as ritual utensil, and it's sort of rare type for its bowl shape (as usually plate shape for high-foot). Late Joseon Dynasty, 19th century.
Massively solid make and usable enough for table ware. Pale blue and dark gray coloring by the result of its kiln-firing, in aesthetic antique condition with inborn kiln-cracks and expected minor scratch by use as seen.
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Size: approx. Height 9.5cm (3.74in), Diameter 14cm (5.51in)
Primary material: Ceramic
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