Stoneware with incised design, white slip, and overglaze
Outer diameter: 14 cm (5 1/2 in.); Overall: 9.1 cm (3 9/16 in.)
Gift of John L. Severance 1921.678
To create the linear patterns visible on this bowl the potter quickly carved the design into the dark clay body. He then applied white clay slip with a brush over this general area. After the slip settled into the linear grooves, he wiped the surface excess away (although he "missed" an area near the parallel horizontal neck bands), leaving a whitish line. A greenish celadon glaze was then applied over the bowl. Punch'ong decorative techniques were a response to medieval Korean society's need for greater numbers of attractive, inexpensive housewares.
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