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Goryeo Dynasty Celadon Calabash-Shape Bottle with Inlaid Cloud and Crane Design

Goryeo Dynasty Celadon Calabash-Shape Bottle with Inlaid Cloud and Crane Design

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Period : Goryeo Dynasty,Korea(918 - 1392) / 12-13C

Size : H27cm W15.8cm

This celadon bottle was made during the Goryeo period and is large at 27cm in height.
It was used to hold water and alcohol.
There are many different types of bottles that are shaped like gourds.
This bottle is long at the bottom and short at the top, giving it a very well-balanced shape.
The entire piece is inlaid, especially the wider lower part, which is very luxurious.
In the center, six cranes and six reishi cloud patterns are drawn alternately.
The upper part is decorated with a Nyoi prefix, and the lower part is decorated with a lotus petal design, creating a border around the wide surface of the vessel to give it a sense of contrast.
Two cranes and two clouds are placed on the small top without any gaps.
The cloud crane pattern was used on Goryeo celadon as an auspicious pattern, and was used in the Joseon court.
A crane is fluttering in the beautiful celadon glaze

There is no conspicuous flaws.It has good luster throughout and is in good condition.

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