White ceramic Moon Flask Vase

£105.00

WHITE CERAMIC MOON VASE

THIS BEAUTIFUL WHITE CERAMIC MOON VASE FROM THE BROWNHOUSE INTERIORS IS THE PERFECT ADDITION TO YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN SCHEME, A REAL STATEMENT WHETHER IT HAS A BRANCH OR FLOWERS INSIDE OR JUST BY ITS SELF.

Moon Jars were originally made during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). They are curvaceous, plain white porcelain jars resembling a full moon. They were made customarily to contain flowers or wine, but they are also ritual, votive vessels. The finest historical examples date to the 18th century, and during the first half of the 18th century the Royal kilns at Gwangju, Gyeongyi province specialised in producing examples of exceptional quality, all made in a characteristic, milky-white porcelain. Moon Jars, due to their size, were made in two halves, joined together so that the line of the join is often visible. (BY PHILLIPS ART GALLERY)

H39 X DIA 35CM

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WHITE CERAMIC MOON FLASK VASE

THIS BEAUTIFUL WHITE CERAMIC MOON FLASK VASE FROM THE BROWNHOUSE INTERIORS IS THE PERFECT ADDITION TO YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN SCHEME, A REAL STATEMENT WHETHER IT HAS A BRANCH OR FLOWERS INSIDE OR JUST BY ITS SELF.

Moon Jars were originally made during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). They are curvaceous, plain white porcelain jars resembling a full moon. They were made customarily to contain flowers or wine, but they are also ritual, votive vessels. The finest historical examples date to the 18th century, and during the first half of the 18th century the Royal kilns at Gwangju, Gyeongyi province specialised in producing examples of exceptional quality, all made in a characteristic, milky-white porcelain. Moon Jars, due to their size, were made in two halves, joined together so that the line of the join is often visible. (BY PHILLIPS ART GALLERY)

H39 X DIA 35CM

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