소형 항아리, 차 용기로 사용됨

Historical period(s)
조선 시대, 17세기 전반
Medium
철화 자기, 금색 옻칠 수리, 상아 뚜껑
Dimensions
높이 x 너비: 6.9 x 8.8cm (2 11/16 x 3 7/16인치)
Geography
대한민국 경상남도
Credit Line
Charles Lang Freer 기증품
Accession Number
F1901.102a-b
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
그릇, 도자기
Type

항아리

Keywords
분청사기, 옻칠 수리, 자기, 조선 시대(1392-1910), , 투명유, 한국
Provenance

1901년 이전 뉴욕주 뉴욕의 Rufus E. Moore가 1901년까지 소장 [1]1901년에서 1919년 Charles Lang Freer(1854-1919)가 1901년에 Rufus E. Moore로부터 구입하여 소장 [2]1920년 이후 프리어미술관 소장, 1920년 Charles Lang Freer 기증 [3]각주:[1] 프리어새클러미술관 아카이브 소장 Original Pottery List 참조.[2] 각주 1 참조.[3] Charles Lang Freer 기증 증서 원본은 1906년에 서명되었음. 기증품은 프리어미술관 완공 당시인 1920년에 수증함.

Previous Owner(s)

Charles Lang Freer(1854-1919)
Rufus E. Moore(1840-1918) (C.L. Freer 자료)

Label

This small jar with rounded body and wide mouth is a utilitarian shape commonly made at regional kilns in Korea. Such vessels became popular in Japan as tea-ceremony utensils, either as tea bowls or, in small sizes like this jar, as containers for powdered tea. (The ivory lid was made in Japan).

Published References
  • Oriental Ceramics (Toyo Toji Taikan): The World's Great Collections. 12 vols., Tokyo. pl. 258.
  • Korean Art in the Freer and Sackler Galleries. Washington, D.C. no. 4.16, p. 52.
Collection Area(s)
Korean Art
Web Resources
Korean Ceramics
Google Cultural Institute
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