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Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Scraping Vases with iron-glaze Flower Design

Joseon Dynasty Buncheong Ware Scraping Vases with iron-glaze Flower Design

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Period : Joseon Dynasty(1392 - 1897),Korea

Size : H9.8cm W10.9cm

A buncheong ware vase fired during the Joseon Dynasty of the Joseon Dynasty.
It is a short, rounded bottle with a small, curved mouth.
The brown soil is painted white, and a pattern is created by scraping around the shoulders.
A bluish devitrified glaze is applied over this, and the shading of the glaze emphasizes the scraped pattern.
In addition, the unevenness of the potter's wheel and white makeup creates unevenness on the surface of the pottery, and the shading of the glaze creates an expression.
The two iron-painted flower patterns on the body become darker toward the tips of the petals, and are outlined in dark brown.
Although it is a simple buncheong ware, it has a nice scenery with a well-balanced arrangement of uneven expressions, scrapings, and iron paintings on the surface.

There is no conspicuous flaws.It has good softy luster throughout and is in good condition.The chips on the bottom are thought to have been formed during firing.

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