Ceramics - Celadon
Food - Tableware - Storage Carriage - bottle
H. 34.5cm, (mouth) D. 5.8cm, (bottom) D.13.2cm
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There are very few surviving examples in Korea of the technique of painting in copper under a celadon glaze, although it underwent major development in the country. This prunus vase decorated using this technique is particularly rare, making it a valuable component of Korea’s artistic heritage. The vase displays peony sprays inlaid in white and black on the body with flower petals in copper underglaze.