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Small jar, adapted to use as a tea caddy
first half of 17th century

Unidentified, Korean
Joseon period

Stoneware (unvitrified porcelain) with iron pigment under transparent glaze; gold lacquer repairs; ivory lid
H: 6.9 W: 8.8 cm
Korea

F1901.102a-b



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