White porcelain tea bowl
This is a beautiful white porcelain tea bowl with a slightly bluish glaze peculiar to white porcelain which is produced in the Early Joseon dynasty and a moist, wet look.
The glazed surface has a clean and pure impression, but the body has a fuller shape, so when you hold it in your hand, you can feel the soft atmosphere of the work.
The rim of the mouth is also moderately warped, so it has good mouthfeel and can be used without any problem.
The vivid matcha spreading in the white porcelain bowl comes to mind. We hope that you will enjoy this item for a moment of healing.
There are a few thin incisions around the hill, but these are typical of Yi Dynasty ceramics, so they are not noticeable when viewing.
The cover is made from old Indian textiles from the 18th and 19th centuries.
The filaments and braids are a brownish-orange color similar to red birch, and the contrast with the white porcelain skin is pleasing to the eye.