A Very Rare Inlaid Punchong Bowl with Celadon Glaze:
Korea, Early Choson period, 15th Century,
This is a shallow Punchong bowl in inlaid black and white slip with willow
and two-three lotus buds between white slip inlaid lines with yo’-i heads.
There are very similar shape and same pattern inlaid bowls vases with celadon glaze
from the late Koryo dynasty. Even if they used the same techniques, motifs and a
same celadon glaze applied, this type of bowls and vase has been called
“punchong wares” rather than “celadon wares” from early Choson dynasty.
It is in fine condition with no any damage except some area of the base oxidized.
It measures 7 3/8” x 2 1/4” h.