Description The Goryeo [Koryo] period (918-1392) is famous for its green glazed, or celadon, wares. Beginning in the mid 12th century, many of these were inlaid, made by lightly carving into the surface and filling the cut-out areas with moistened white or dark clay. Then glaze was applied, and the objects were fired.
Provenance Lispenard and Ambassador Marshall Green, Washington, D.C. [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, 1994, by gift.
Credit Gift of Lispenard and Ambassador Marshall Green, 1994
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