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Joseon Dynasty Mishima-type Dish with Stamped Design and Inscription

Joseon Dynasty Mishima-type Dish with Stamped Design and Inscription

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Period : Early Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897),Korea

Size : H2.9cm W13.3cm

A rare Mishima-type dish made in the official kiln of the early Joseon dynasty.

Chrysanthemum and pearl patterns are drawn in white inlay on both sides except for the bottom.

It is likely to be "Gimhae" although it is difficult to read because it is an old Korean Chinese character.

On the back side, there is an inscription of "Jangheung-go" although one character is squashed.

Jangheung-go is a national storehouse that stores cloth and paper, etc., established in Gyeongsang-do, South Korea, and Mishima-type with Jangheung's signature is particularly rare.

Mishima with such an inscription is called "Raihin Mishima" for honored guests in Japan, and is said to have been prized as a Goryeo item.

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