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Korean Celadon Vase with Slip Inlay Goryeo Style

Origin United States
Period 19th Century
Materials ceramic stoneware
Dimensions
H. 11 in; Diam. 5.2 in;
H. 27.94 cm; Diam. 13.21 cm;
Condition Good. as shown
Creation Date late 19th to early 20th century
Description A stoneware vase in class Meiping form, known in Korea as Maebyeong. The vase was traditionally used to hold Plum wine and also the branches of plum blossom in season. The celadon vase feature black and white slip inlays that depicts cranes in flight which are intercepted by white cloud form. This is a typical design from Goryeo Dynasty (10th to 14th century). The overall crackle glaze on this case shows noticeable unevenness in color with some area appears more cloudy and opaque. The base rim shows the unglazed clay with noticeable kiln residual. It is difficult to date the vase precisely, but in our opinion, this piece is of a later production in the Goryeo style, likely circa late 19th to early 20th century. There is a collecting stick on the base that reads 1952 with a serial number, likely the year when it was collected.
Styles / Movements Asian, Bespoke, Traditional
Patterns Animal/Insects, Geometric, Handmade
Incollect Reference Number 383221
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