Korean Koryo Dynasty Celadon Stoneware Bowl with Inlaid Decoration
This stoneware bowl was made during the Koryo Dynasty (AD 918 - 1392). It is glazed all over in a finely-crackled celadon glaze. The inner surface is decorated with three flower patterns inlaid in white slip, together with thin incised bands around the center and just below the rim. To the base and footring there is sand from the kiln embedded within the glaze.
Diameter 17 cm (6.75 inches). There is minor surface wear and a couple of short hairline cracks to the rim that seem to follow the crackle of the glaze but there is no repair or restoration; overall condition is very good.
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