A Very Fine Inlaid Celadon bottle Vase:
Korea, Koryo period, 12th-13th century,
This is a fine celadon inlaid bottle vase of a tall slender neck rising to the flared mouth and
inlaid in black and white slip with three sprays of chrysanthemum.
The neck surrounded by a band of Ruyi pattern in white slip inlaid and
applied with a transparent bright blue-green glaze overall, firing sands on the bottom.
It has one kiln kiss on the body and a small part of mouth repaired with an
original piece and also it has about 1” chip on the base and 2" hairline crack related to the chip to the body(please see photo),
otherwise it is in fine condition. Including wooden box.
It measures 10 ½” height, 5 ½” diameter