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$ 1,500

Korean Celadon Inlay Plate Goryeo Period

Origin South Korea
Period Pre 18th Century
Materials ceramic
H. 1 in; Diam. 5.6 in;
H. 2.54 cm; Diam. 14.22 cm;
Condition Good. There are three small chips on the ring, two of which appear older and had been re-glazed, one was professionally repaired.
Creation Date 14th C
Description The round ceramic plate with a slightly raised foot ring is dated from late Korean Goryeo Kingdom (918 to 1392 AD) likely toward the end of the 14th century. The plate features a celadon glaze and underglaze slip inlays in black and white. The inlays showcases a pair of bird (appears to be cranes) in the center of a radiating double walled ring with vertical spokes. On the outer ring, three additional ducks were depicted swimming in the water. The exterior has three concentric white rings. The slip inlay design only employed a few strokes, but very effectively achieve to visualize the images. The plate overall exudes a strong charm of Folk Art with a minimalistic and abstract quality.
Styles / Movements Asian, Bespoke, Traditional
Patterns Animal/Insects, Asian/Oriental, Geometric, Handmade
Incollect Reference Number 457191
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