Porcelain vase with incised and inlaid decoration of lines in copper red.
- Made in: Korea
- Height: 80 centimetres
Won (b. 1920) was one of the earliest teachers of ceramics at Hongik University and has concentrated on white porcelain, here referring to the underglaze copper red decoration of the Choson Dynasty porcelain.
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Object reference number: RRC18835
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