Antique Lovely Korea Goryeo or Joseon Goryeo Style Celadon Korean Porcelain Bowl
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Condition Report: Water dropper perfect. Bowl with restored part and line. Size 145x52mm and 95x55mm DiametersxHeights
Lovely Goryeo or Goryeo Style bowl and waterdropper
Goryeo ware (고려도자기 ; Goryeo dojagi) refers to all types of Korean pottery and porcelains produced during the Goryeo dynasty. Goryeo ware most often however refers to celadon (greenware). The Gangjin Kiln Sites produced a large number of wares.
Goryeo celadon techniques were first introduced from China. Goryeo potters established a native style by the 12th century. One of these native styles are characterized by the sanggam technique, a way of inlaying that was unique of Goryeo celadon. The color of Goryeo celadon, called bisaek for green, was also highly accepted. The celadon industry arose and declines as the Goryeo dynasty developed.
Many celadon pieces from Goryeo are listed as National Treasures of South Korea.
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