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Chunghie Lee at ArtXchange Gallery Korean fiber artist explores Korea’s wrapping cloth tradition bojagi

Chunghie Lee at ArtXchange Gallery Korean fiber artist explores Korea’s wrapping cloth tradition bojagi

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(Korea) Blue and White Porcelain Jar. ca 18th century CE. Joseon Kingdom, Korea. 57억원에 팔린 조선 청화백자

(Korea) Blue and White Porcelain Jar. ca 18th century CE. Joseon Kingdom, Korea. 57억원에 팔린 조선 청화백자

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Norigae by Glimja.deviantart.com on @deviantART - artist also has more sketches on traditional Korean styling

Norigae by Glimja.deviantart.com on @deviantART - artist also has more sketches on traditional Korean styling

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Traditional Korean Accessories | Binyeo (비녀) Traditional Korean Hair Accessory / Geleneksel Kore ...

Traditional Korean Accessories | Binyeo (비녀) Traditional Korean Hair Accessory / Geleneksel Kore ...

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Korean Jar Joseon Dynasty 2nd Half of 17th Century h.22.4cm The museum of oriental ceramics Osaka, Japan This is a typical jar form of the second half of the 17th century, with a raised mouth rim and a round body. The surface is covered with a design of a flowering plant. The branches spread like arrows from a single stem. The design on the back side is reminiscent of ribs. The design appears to be casually applied but there is a somehow noble elegance.

Korean Jar Joseon Dynasty 2nd Half of 17th Century h.22.4cm The museum of oriental ceramics Osaka, Japan This is a typical jar form of the second half of the 17th century, with a raised mouth rim and a round body. The surface is covered with a design of a flowering plant. The branches spread like arrows from a single stem. The design on the back side is reminiscent of ribs. The design appears to be casually applied but there is a somehow noble elegance.

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Clothing masterpieces-INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

Clothing masterpieces-INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

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Stoneware vase, iron-brown and white-slip decoration of chrysanthemums under celadon glaze. Maebyeong Period: Goryeo dynasty, late 12th–early 13th C. Korea.

Stoneware vase, iron-brown and white-slip decoration of chrysanthemums under celadon glaze. Maebyeong Period: Goryeo dynasty, late 12th–early 13th C. Korea.

Bottle with Lotus Pond | Goryeo dynasty, 1st half of 12th century | Korea | Stoneware with incised decoration under celadon glaze

Bottle with Lotus Pond | Goryeo dynasty, 1st half of 12th century | Korea | Stoneware with incised decoration under celadon glaze

Korea  (Masangbae). Koryo dynasty, 12th century  stoneware

Korea (Masangbae). Koryo dynasty, 12th century stoneware

Melon-shaped Earthware (Maebyeong) (Vase) | V&A Search the Collections

Melon-shaped Earthware (Maebyeong) (Vase) | V&A Search the Collections

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