Fine Korean Koryo Dynasty Celadon Stoneware Bowl
This stoneware bowl was made during the Koryo Dynasty (AD 918 - 1392). It is fairly "heavily-potted" and glazed all over in a thick finely-crackled celadon glaze, the colour of which varies very slightly according to its thickness. To the inner surface are two lightly incised rings, around the centre and just below the rim.
The bowl has a small "hole-bottom" base where there are kiln scars to the glaze and small patches not covered by glaze where the exposed body has fired to a dark reddish-brown.
Diameter 15 cm. It is fine condition with no restoration or repair.
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