So-called "Katade Chawan" (Solid-type Tea bowl) by Japanese tea ceremonial term, from Early Joseon Dynasty, 15-16th century as the transitional era of white porcelain manufacturing.
Valueable white-glazed bowl of massive and deep mold with thin-made wall in the modest natural distortion, coated in the translucent blue with scenic crackle patterns in the mature layer texture.
Also, confident aesthetic expression of unglazed bottom stand as its another highlight.
Fine antique condition with inborn kiln-cracks and expected slight wears and a hairline crack for use.
approx. 16-16.4cm in diameter, 8.7cm in height (6.29-45in, 3.42in)