Very Rare/fine Korean Iron Brown Painted With Floral Scroll Bottle-16th/17th C
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Very Rare/fine Korean Iron Brown Painted With Floral Scroll Bottle-16th/17th C:
A Very Rare/Fine Korean Iron
Brown Painted with Floral Scroll Bottle-16th/17th
Korea, Joseon dynasty, 16th to 17th century.
The tapered, pear form vessel rising from a high ring foot to the short neck and wide mouth
with rolled lip, painted on two opposing sides with abstract floral leaf sprays in underglaze
iron brown, applied in a shiny transparent pure white crackled glaze evenly over the surfaces, small sand encrusted on the base.
It’s in very fine condition without any damages but has some stains on body with use and age, it measures 25 cm H. (9 7/8”).
*** An almost identical iron brown painted bottle see at I-sale, Seoul, 2010, 9,9,
lot # 046, and a similar examples see at Chritie’s, NY, The Ten Sings of Long Life,
“the Robert Moore Collection of Korean Art, March 18, 2014, lot #745 and 746,