A Korean Very Rare and Fine Black/White Slip Inlaid Celadon Bowl-12th C.:
Korea, Koryo dynasty, 12th century
Moulded as a chrysanthemum blossom with curved outer walls representing 18 petals
ending in triangular points at the rim, each of the exterior facets inlaid in white and black
slip with rectangular panels of triple chrysanthemuns within white slip, the vessels also
inlaid in white and black slip in the well with a circular chrysanthemum medallion surrounded
by a colar of Pullocho fungus, covered by a beautiful grayish green celadon glaze, 3 spur marks on base. It’s a very tiny chip on the rim related to extensive hair line crack on the body, otherwise is in very good color and condition. Measures: 9cm d. x 4.2cm h.