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Korea, Koryo period (918-1392), 12th century The exterior of this bowl is incised with two layers of lotus petals, a flower that was both symbolic of Buddhism and a popular decorative motif on East Asian pottery

Korea, Koryo period (918-1392), 12th century The exterior of this bowl is incised with two layers of lotus petals, a flower that was both symbolic of Buddhism and a popular decorative motif on East Asian pottery

Prunus Vase with Inlaid Bamboo & Cranes - 청자상감죽조문매병, 靑瓷象嵌竹鳥文梅甁 - Korean, Goryeo Dynasty, early 13th century. Stoneware with celadon glaze. #celadon #glaze #pottery #Korea #Korean #green

Prunus Vase with Inlaid Bamboo & Cranes - 청자상감죽조문매병, 靑瓷象嵌竹鳥文梅甁 - Korean, Goryeo Dynasty, early 13th century. Stoneware with celadon glaze. #celadon #glaze #pottery #Korea #Korean #green

Melon-shaped ewer with decoration of bamboo, first half of the 12th century. Goryeo dynasty (918–1392). Korea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Roger G. Gerry, 1996 (1996.471) | This work is exhibited in the “Korea: 100 years of Collecting at the Met” exhibition, on view through March 27, 2016. #AsianArt100

Melon-shaped ewer with decoration of bamboo, first half of the 12th century. Goryeo dynasty (918–1392). Korea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Roger G. Gerry, 1996 (1996.471) | This work is exhibited in the “Korea: 100 years of Collecting at the Met” exhibition, on view through March 27, 2016. #AsianArt100

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Korean, 12th century, Koryo period.

Korean, 12th century, Koryo period.

Foliate Bowl-and-Saucers	 #Korea, South Cholla Province; Koryo period early 12th century  These two may have been made as part of a larger set and used as containers for delicacies during a dinner or banquet at the #royal court. The graceful and crisply articulated #floral shape and the beautiful color of the glaze indicate that these pieces were luxury goods for the court. The subtle crackles sprinkled throughout the body of the #bowls add to their allure and are not considered a flaw…

Foliate Bowl-and-Saucers #Korea, South Cholla Province; Koryo period early 12th century These two may have been made as part of a larger set and used as containers for delicacies during a dinner or banquet at the #royal court. The graceful and crisply articulated #floral shape and the beautiful color of the glaze indicate that these pieces were luxury goods for the court. The subtle crackles sprinkled throughout the body of the #bowls add to their allure and are not considered a flaw…

Japanese: A rare and important blue and white porcelain jar, Joseon Dynasty (18th century), 19 5/16in. (49cm.) high; 14 15/16in. (38cm.) diameter. Est...

Japanese: A rare and important blue and white porcelain jar, Joseon Dynasty (18th century), 19 5/16in. (49cm.) high; 14 15/16in. (38cm.) diameter. Est...

A rare and important blue and white porcelain jar, Joseon Dynasty (18th century)

A rare and important blue and white porcelain jar, Joseon Dynasty (18th century)

Bohnchang Koo | photographs of rare white porcelain ceramics from the Korean Joseon Dynasty

Bohnchang Koo | photographs of rare white porcelain ceramics from the Korean Joseon Dynasty

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