A Korean Rare/Fine Celadon Inlaid Foliate Decagonal Shallow Dish:
Korea, Koryo period, 12th -13th Century,
This shallow dish is a very rare with foliaged rim, each lobe has a black and
white slip inlaid with chrysanthemum flower head on the exterior, and the interior is
molded with a central flower head medallion surrounded by a lobed design. It is applied
overall with a thick rich celadon glaze with three spur marks. It is in fine condition
except a tiny hair line crack on the rim. It measures 5 5/8” x 1” h.
***An almost identical petal ribbed rim celadon shallow dish published in
Korean Art Collection in the Brooklyn Musrum, New York, 2006, P.58, #060.