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Passion of Korea 4. Silk Bojagi Korean Textile Art by renowned textile artist Hae Hong Chang. Chang's acclaimed bojagi have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. The Korean Art and Antiques website is the only online venue for her fine work. Hae Hong Chang is a Korea Bojagi Forum Recommended Artist. 22 x 20 inches, 55 x 50 cm.
Passion of Korea 5. Silk Bojagi Korean Textile Art by renowned textile artist Hae Hong Chang. Chang's acclaimed bojagi have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. The Korean Art and Antiques website is the only online venue for her fine work. Hae Hong Chang is a Korea Bojagi Forum Recommended Artist. 24 x 22 inches, 60 x 55 cm.
Passion of Korea 6. Silk Bojagi Korean Textile Art by renowned textile artist Hae Hong Chang. Chang's acclaimed bojagi have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. The Korean Art and Antiques website is the only online venue for her fine work. Hae Hong Chang is a Korea Bojagi Forum Recommended Artist. 22 x 20 inches, 55 x 50 cm.
Antique Korean clay roof tile with impressed design of family crest. On custom metal stand. Choson Dynasty 19th century.
Dimensions of tile: 5 1/2" high x 6" wide (8 1/2" high on stand)
A Very Fine/Rare Korean Early White Glazed Dish-16th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 15th - 16th century. The elegantly potted shallow dish, sharply tapering to a raised foot and with a raised rim, with the interior face bordered with a single line, the both out and insides covered overall in an even greyish white glaze with the base. It’s in very good condition with applied white glaze overall evenly, it measures 17.2 cm x 4 cm
A very Fine Korean Peony Incised Celadon Cup-Stand-12th C.: Korea, Koryo dynasty, 12th century. Finely potted cup stand with flaring saucer is on raised ring foot, decorated with four large single delicately incised peony and are each other around the saucer bordered by bands of key-fret patterns beneath a rich translucent celadon glaze evenly whole body, three spur marks. It’s in very good condition without any damages at all, and measures 13.5cm d. x 5.2cm h.
Rare antique Korean small personal stacking chest (ich'ung nong) in two sections plus a stand. Made with multiple woods and brass hardware including butterfly shaped locks and hinges. Old paper on the inside.
19th / 20th Century
Dimensions: 35 3/4" high x 22" wide x 13" deep
A Very Fine Pair of Korean Leather/Silk/Girl’s Shoes-19th C: For girls. Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century. A pair of shoes with a leather and red and light yellow colored silk for a royal family’s child, the soles actually are pig skin, sewing done unbelievably very well at the time. For a child (girl) shoes they’re very rare with a good condition like these shoes in these days. It’s in very fine condition, measures 5 3/8” long.
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Fine/Rare Korean Mother of Pearl/Tortoise Shell Inlaid Up-Right Mirror/Stand-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century...
Large antique Korean rectangular form scholar’s inkstone with removable cover carved with a stylized dragon. The base has a central sloped rectangular inkwell bordered with two opposing dragons chasing a flaming pearl. The flat bottom is carved with low arches at the center of the four sides to form wide feet at the corners. Early 20th century to possibly late Joseon dynasty. From an old Tucson, Arizona collection.
Antique anonymous Korean eight-panel screen decorated in ink and color on paper with scenes of Mongol horsemen in a hilly landscape hunting tigers, wild boar, deer, birds, and rabbits with a variety of weapons. The mounting is green silk brocade. Early 20th century to possibly late Joseon dynasty. Full screen: 52” high x 138” long (painting size per panel: 14.5" high x 17” wide (two end panels: 14.5” square). Very good overall condition with no tears or punctures on the front...
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Well balance potted vase, decorated to the shoulder with a lotus petals pattern which incorporates a stamped design of beads, a rather stylized pattern. The Peony design is inlaid in white and colored with copper-red pigment. The color is beautiful and the combination is effective. Koryo potters were the first in the world to invent the copper-red celadon decorative technique. As we can see in this example, it is attractive because the technique is used effectively without being excessive...
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A Rare/Fine Korean Impressed Pattern Placenta (태호) Bowl/Cover-5th/7th C.: Korea, Silla dynasty, 6th - 7th century. The beautiful natural ash glazed jar of a shallow shape of bowl (jar) set on short ring foot decorated with an impressed random tear drop form, the domed cover decorated with en suite with a double coil formed finial, applied overall with natural olive green glaze. ...
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A rare Korean celadon oil jar, with small hole to mouth rim. Koryo possibly 14th century in very good condition.
A Large/Rare/Fine Korean Copper-Red/Bue Hae-Tae Water Dropper-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, late 19th century. An unusual large carved in the form of Hae-Tae (sea lion) with curling tail and hairs, its open round jaw forming the spout, decorated in coppter-red on the mane, and in blue on the ears, its neck wearing a large neck belt with bell, the body glazed thick white with slight tinges of blue, unglazed on the flat base. It’s in very fine condition without any repairs or cracks...
Korean blue and white porcelain water dropper in a squared form. The top surface adorned with cobalt blue underglaze landscape scene of mountains and boats and its sides with cobalt blue geometric motifs. The piece stands on four L shaped feet. With old crazing.
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 2 3/4" x 1 6/8" H
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Korean wrapping cloth, chogappo which is made of recycled figured silk fragments which are from 19th or early 20th century. All hand sewn. "Pojagi" is a general name for wrapping cloth and "chogappo" is one kind of pojagi which is patchwork with silk as well as asa ( reference source: "Korean Embroidery and Wrapping Cloths from the Choson Dynasty" published by Japan Art & Culture Association in 1995 ). In good condition but one belt is replaced and has some stains and minor color bleeding parts...
Antique Korean ceramic bottle, glazed with rich white glaze with brown crackle. The cylindrical body tapers dramatically to the thin neck and dramatic rim. The foot is slightly recessed with glazed center and natural bare edges.
Dimensions: 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" x 7 1/2" H