Hori-Mishima Bottle with Design of Flowers（Joseon Dynasty）
It is the hori-mishima bottle with a plump shape and a soft texture. The amamori（stain）that appears on the torso creates a wonderful atmosphere.
- Joseon Dynasty
- Body Diameter
- Top Diameter
- Bottom Diameter
- Paulonia Box（Kochukyo Box）
Kochukyo Commentary Sheet
- Excellent Condition
There are kiln scratches at the bottom
It meets the excellent base and beautiful glaze, excellent condition and first class work.
Mishima is pottery with an inlay design. There is a strong theory that the name “Mishima” is derived from the fact that the inlay design resembles the character layout of the mishima calendar of mishima taisha shrine（shizuoka prefecture). There is also a theory that it was named after the fact that it was imported via Mishima. Inlaid celadon, which flourished during the goryeo dynasty, gradually declined, and in the 15th century, as if reflecting a new era after Yi Seong-gye founded the joseon dynasty in 1392, it changed to the style that made full use of inlay techniques. While the base is still soft and dry, designs are created using intaglio or flower stamps, and white clay is then embedded. The white inlays expressed on the base material containing a lot of iron give a sense of elegance, and have a quiet dignity that is modest yet gorgeous. Depending on the design and technique, it is classified into koyomide, hana-mishima, reihin-mishima, hori-mishima, hake-mishima, gohon-mishima, etc, and its pure taste and warmth have been cherished by japanese tea masters.