Tall angular vase with carved, incised, inlaid and openwork decoration; based on Silla stoneware. Glazed brown clay.
- Made in: Korea
- Height: 60 centimetres
From around 1960 a contemporary ceramic movement srated to develop in Korea. Potters generally work in one tradition, however contemporary their products. Cho Chung-hyon's work recalls both Three Kingdoms tomb wares and later domestic storage jars ('onggi').
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Object reference number: RRC18825
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