Celadon with underglaze iron-brown
Overall: 26.4 cm (10 3/8 in.)
Gift of Mrs. J. Livingstone Taylor 1919.655
This bottle was painted with iron-rich pigment beneath celadon glaze.
This bottle painted with iron-rich pigment beneath celadon glaze was probably produced in Haenam kilns in southern Jella province. The method that paints patterns in iron-oxide pigment is believed to have developed in kilns in China, such as Xicun in Guangzhou, Cizhou and Ding in Hebei province, and Yaozhou in Shaanxi province around the 900s.
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