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CHOSON PERIOD (15TH CENTURY)

Lot 333: A Punch'ong Covered Bowl

Christie's

March 23, 2004
New York, NY, US

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Choson period (15th century)
The lower section circular with slightly inward tilted walls and set on a high stem foot, the upper section domed with recessed, flat top, inlaid in white slip on the exteriors with wide bands of contiguous chrysanthemum florets separated by triple lines and with a further band of arching grasses at the edges where the bowl and cover meet; the interior of the cover inlaid in white slip with bands of larger chrysanthemum florets, double-lines and stiff leaves and the interior of the bowl impressed in the center with a chrysanthemum floret and incised with two parallel rings; the vessel also applied with a green-tinged, glossy clear glaze ending at the wide foot rim
6 3/8in. (16.2cm.) diameter; 7 1/4 in. (18.5cm.) high

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CHOSON PERIOD (15TH CENTURY)

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VARIOUS PROPERTIES

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Christie's
March 23, 2004, 12:00 AM EST

New York, NY, US