A rare punch Ong Korean pottery tea jar 16th century, in Chinese style with inlaid whiteclay borders and bands of chrysanthemums and lappets (three suspension hoops) under a celadon green glaze. Height 18 cm
A Korean celadon oil jar, Koryo Dynasty (918-1392), the shoulder decorated in black and white slip with three dotted flowers, covered overall with an olive green ice-crackle glaze, 5.6 cm high. Provenance: Old Melbourne private collection. Purchased from H
A Korean earthenware pot with Horizontal bands of impressed Hessian, Silla Kingdom 58BC-AD935, traces of ash glaze on the globular body with a long wide neck, condition: considering the antiquity of this pot it has minimal damage. Height 23.5 cm
A Korean bulbous shaped jar, Freely painted in underglaze blue with a foliate design, Choson Dynasty, the large pot sits on a deep foot, everted rim above a short neck & decorated with a collar of flower heads. Height 18 cm deep19 cm
A signed modern Korean ceramic vase, circa 1970, the ovoid vase with a petite neck and a flattened rim, with an overall iron brown mottled glaze with a encircling and trailing 'Crazy paving' motif; character marks underside. Height 29.5 cm
A Korean celadon bowl, Pun Chong ware, Yi Dynasty 14th-15th century, with a inlaid design in white slip with two cranes amongst clouds, a lappet border around the centre, 7.9 cm high 19.2 cm diameter. Provenance: Sun Moon antiques, Seoul, 1980
A Korean celadon bowl, Yi dynasty, 14th-15th century, Punch Chong ware, slip decorated with a flower head in the centre, and four floral roundels and four more flower heads, thick crackle grey green glaze, 6.4 cm high, 18.4 cm diameter. Provenance: Sun Moo
A Korean Joseon Dynasty glazed pot, probably 19th century, the mottled treacle glazed pot with a faceted and tapering body to a circular foot, a flattened collar and a broad short neck; with mottle glaze to the interior and base with considerable firing gr
A Korean celadon bowl, Koryo Dynasty, 12th-14th century, slip decorated in the centre with a lotus flower on an unctuous crackled celadon glaze. 7 cm high; 19 cm diameter variable together with a moulded Korean celadon bowl, Choson Dynasty, 15th/16th centu
A large Korean celadon pot, of lobed form resembling a pumpkin with a waisted neck and a small rolled everted rim, having a fine celadon teal glaze with a crackle finish throughout; with character marks underside and accompanied by a timber stand. Height 2
A large ice blue Korean pot, the monumental oviform shouldered pot having a short everted rim, tapering to a circular foot rim, pleasingly plain to the body, having two underglaze Korean characters underside; with a hardwood stand. Height 40 cm
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