All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Ceramics : Pre 1492 item #617294 (stock #0098)
This is a rare and nice Choson period, 15th century Korean underglaze iron-brown decorated punchong glazed flask. It was beautifully and spontaneously painted with floral patterns in iron brown under a punchong glaze. The lower half of the vase was broken but nicely repaired. Date: Choson period, 15th century; Height: 22.8cm, Max. Width: 13.5cm; Condition: Lower half of the vase was broken but nicely repaired.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Ceramics : Pre 1700 item #617020 (stock #0097)
This is a nice and rare Korean Choson dynasty, 15th or 16th century white glazed vase. It has a nicely potted pear shape and is covered in a fine and pure white glaze. During King Sejong's Reign in the early Choson dynasty, white wares were declared the Imperial wares and were reserved for court use. After that time, white wares on and off became the official wares of ancient Korea. This vase was probably produced by the official kilns or the provincial kilns for municipal use...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Ceramics : Pre 1492 item #550176 (stock #0073)
East Asian Antiques and King's Park Auction Ltd
This is an extremely rare and fine Imperial Korean 15th/16th century Choson Dynasty iron brown decorated punchong pear-shaped vase. It was used for holding wine or decoration in the Korean palace during the Choson Dynasty. It was finely and spontaneously painted with two fish patterns in iron brown under the slip glaze. It is in perfect condition with normal minor glaze flakes. Similar vases are in the British Museum and Musee Guimet, Paris...