Korean Thousand Cranes Celadon Porcelain Vase Excellent
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Sold Date: 07/09/2007
Channel: Online Auction
A beautiful Korean Porcelain Celadon vase. Celadon is a ceramic art developed in China between the 13th and 15th centuries. It achieved the height of esthetic excellence in the hands of Korean potters. The sophisticated firing techniques, glossy crackle glazing and highly original incising known as sang-gam account for it's unmatched beauty and grace.This is called the Thousand Cranes Vase. Look closely and see the cranes all around the vase. Condition is excellent with no scratches or marks. This vase stands eleven inches high. Circumfrance is 36" This vase is 12" wide Opening across top is 4 1/2" Signed on the bottom Beautiful
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