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Joseon baekja  -White porcelains produced during the Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), Korea

Joseon baekja -White porcelains produced during the Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), Korea

The academic name of this beautiful white porcelain is 'Large white porcelain'. But its nick name is more artistic, I think. That's 'Moon Jar'. The name comes from its shape and milky color to remind of full moon. This unique type of white porcelain is found only in Korea. Note the asymmetric shape, the round mouth larger than the base (it looks like floating in the sky...), milk-white color, thin cracks on the glazed surface... All these things embody the beauty of Joseon white porcelain…

The academic name of this beautiful white porcelain is 'Large white porcelain'. But its nick name is more artistic, I think. That's 'Moon Jar'. The name comes from its shape and milky color to remind of full moon. This unique type of white porcelain is found only in Korea. Note the asymmetric shape, the round mouth larger than the base (it looks like floating in the sky...), milk-white color, thin cracks on the glazed surface... All these things embody the beauty of Joseon white porcelain…

Bottle with Flower, Birds and Fish Design  Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 15th-early 16th century  Buncheong ware:  Wheel-thrown stoneware with incised slip decoration and pale green glaze  LACMA

Bottle with Flower, Birds and Fish Design Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 15th-early 16th century Buncheong ware: Wheel-thrown stoneware with incised slip decoration and pale green glaze LACMA

Bottle with Cranes and Clouds  Korean, Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 18th century,L.A state museum

Bottle with Cranes and Clouds Korean, Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 18th century,L.A state museum

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