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Tea Bowl Korea, Jeollanam-do province, Undaeri kilns, buncheong ware Joseon period,

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Lot 25 - A Hagi Ware Chawan [Tea Bowl] Edo period (17th century) The high-sided…

Lot 25 - A Hagi Ware Chawan [Tea Bowl] Edo period century) The high-sided bowl with ring foot covered

Edo Period Bizen-yaki Chawan w Signed Sokuchusai Omotesenke Box

Edo Period Bizen-yaki Chawan w Signed Sokuchusai Omotesenke Box

Kyoto ware tea bowl. Hiragata (Flat Shape Tea Bowl) meant for summer use.

Kyoto ware tea bowl century Edo period Stoneware with brushed white slip under clear, colorless glaze Japan

Kizaemon Tea-Bowl, Korea, 16th Century (used for Japanese Tea Ceremony, 17th Century

theclayhouse: “ Kizaemon Tea-Bowl, Korea, Century (used for Japanese Tea Ceremony, Century). “This single Tea-bowl is considered to be the finest in the world. When I saw it, my heart fell.

Korean Joseon Period Buncheong Bowl

Carefully selected antique Japanese antique art, Chinese antiques and Asian art for sale

Old Korean-made tea bowl as Amamori-katade chawan,   ordered for a tea article by Japan in Edo period, approximately dated back to Mid-Choson dynasty,   late 17th - early 18th century.

Korean-made tea bowl as Amamori-katade chawan, ordered for a tea article by Japan in Edo period, approximately dated back to Mid-Choson dynasty, late - early century.

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Buncheong Bowl, used in Japan as Tea Bowl. Stoneware with white inlay under clear, pale green glaze; Freer Gallery of Art

開館20周年記念特別展「桃源郷はここ-I.M.ペイとMIHO MUSEUMの軌跡-」 – MIHO MUSEUM

開館20周年記念特別展「桃源郷はここ-I.M.ペイとMIHO MUSEUMの軌跡-」 – MIHO MUSEUM

Tea Bowl Joseon dynasty Mid 17th century From the Smithsonian Museums of Asian Art.

Joseon period, mid century Korea, Gyeongsangnam-do province, Busan, Wakan (Waegwan) kiln Stoneware with white slip inlaid and brushed under clear glaze x x cm

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