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second half of 15th-first half of 16th century

Unidentified, Korean
Joseon period

Stoneware with white slip and iron pigment under transparent glaze
W: 12.6 cm

Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1918.147

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The tall, slender shape of this stoneware jar, the incised bands, and the lotus petals painted in iron-based pigment around the base echo the shape and motifs of more costly cobalt-decorated porcelain. This jar was probably made at the kiln for punch'ong ware located at the foot of Kyeryongsan, a mountain that also housed a Buddhist monastery.