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Serving bowl or tea bowl: Joseon period, stoneware with white slip inlaid and brushed under clear glaze, Hansu ware

Korean Art | Tea bowl | F1897.81

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Korean Celadon Bowl, beautiful pattern. I believe this is from the Goryeo period.

View More Pictures A reproduction of the century tea bowl listed as Korea's National Treasure this celadon porcelain tea bowl e.

Korean tea bowl, second half of 17th century

Serving bowl or tea bowl: Joseon period, stoneware with white slip inlaid and brushed under clear glaze, Hansu ware

Joseon dynasty tea bowl, early 17th cent.

Tea bowl with decoration of chrysanthemums and wavy lines, first half of the century. Joseon dynasty Probably Korea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Howard Mansfield Collection, Gift of Howard Mansfield, 1936

Tea bowl, Totoya type, late 16th to beginning of 17th century, Joseon period. Stonewear with brushed white slip under translucent glaze. Height 7.0cm, Diameter 17cm. (Freer and Sackler Smithsonian’s Museum’s of Asian Art).

(Korea) Tea bowl, Totoya type, late to beginning of century, Joseon Kingdom, Korea. Stonewear with brushed white slip under translucent glaze. Height Diameter Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art.

tatami-antiques: GOHON CHAWAN, Edo period…

Gohon chawan as the model or the good example of what chawan have to be with detailed preferences, fired in Korea by order from Japan during century.

Korea, Jeollanam-do province, Undaeri kilns, buncheong ware Joseon period, 1550–90 Stoneware with white slip dipped under clear glaze Gift of Charles Lang Freer

Korea, Jeollanam-do province, Undaeri kilns, buncheong ware Joseon period, Stoneware with white slip dipped under clear glaze Gift of Charles Lang Freer

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