A Korean celadon glazed bowl, koryo dynasty, 12th century, of conical form with wide mouth, interior decorated with four incised emblems of fruits with clouds, covered inside and out with a crackled greenish-blue glaze. D: 6 1/2 in.
Korea. 13 century. Stoneware with Celadon glaze Freer gallery
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A Korean celadon glazed bowl, koryo dynasty, 12th century, of conical form with rounded sides, the interior decorated with an incised band and two parrots, covered inside and out with a lightly crackled greenish blue glaze. D: 7 1/2 in.
Flower-shaped Bowl with Incised Chrysanthemum Scroll Design | LACMA Collections
Celadon Bowl, Korean Koryo Dynasty Korean, possibly Koryo dynasty (918-1392). An oblong celadon footed bowl, the interior of which is carved and incised with peonies and leaves decorations. The bowl rests on a pierced and carved stand. Dia. 8 in.; ht. 3 in.