Earthenware and Celadon
This new multi-volume series is designed to provide the reader with a comprehensive, up-to-date and readable introduction to major aspects of Korea's rich artistic heritage: Buddhist sculpture, folk painting, earthenware and celadon, and white porcelain and punch'ong ware. Other topics will follow in successive volumes. Based on their extensive knowledge and research, the various authors have sought to cover new ground in their choice of pieces and to provide a wealth of detail concerning their manufacture and historical importance, with the aid of pictures of comparative pieces, maps, tables and glossaries, and a selected bibliography.
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12th century base body bottle carved celadon bowl celadon glaze celadon wares Ch'oe China Chinese chongja chrysanthemum clay spur-marks colour cover cranes and clouds Ding ware dish dragon early 12th century Earthenware firing floral foot footring funerary hase Ho-Am Art Museum Iksan incised decoration inkstone inscribed inside Kaesong Kangjin Kaya kiln Kim Won-yong Korean Art Korean Ceramics Koryo celadon Koryo dynasty Koryo potters Koryosa kundika Kyongju Kyongsang lotus lotus petals maebyong medallions mid-12th century motifs moulded mouth Museum of Korea Museum of Oriental National Museum National Treasure neck openwork Oriental Ceramics Osaka Paekche paeony spray painted piece pottery vessels Sadang-ni saggar sanggam celadon scrolls plate Seoul shape sherds sides similar Song dynasty South Cholla Province spout spurs stand Tang technique tomb of King Tomh underglaze copper-red Unified Silla University Museum vase wine ewer Yun Yong-i