Lot: 209: Rob Barnard (1949; USA) , Lot Number: 0209, Starting Bid: $200, Auctioneer: Cowan's Auctions, Inc., Auction: Modern and Contemporary Ceramics, Date: June 1st, 2012 CEST
Botterweg Auctions Amsterdam > Grijs-witte porseleinen kom, ontwerp & uitvoering Geert Lap / Nederland ca.1980
7' entry table
7' entry table van seventeen20 op Etsy
A rare Unpainted Joseon White Porcelain Jar was sold for $1.2 million during a Christie’s auction in New York. Dating from the 18th century, the extremely simple jar is 22 inches tall. The most expensive Joseon porcelain item ever sold was a White Ware Vase Painted in Cobalt Blue, depicting a bearded mountain spirit pulling a tiger’s tail, which fetched $4.2 million.
Mitch Iberg @ Artifacts From The Inferno: Contemporary Wood-fired Ceramics Juried by Jack Troy Oct 5- Nov 9, 2013
A KOREAN WHITE-GLAZED FACETED BRUSH POT JOSEON DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY potted with ten facets, the sides gently rising towards the flared mouth, supported on a circular foot ring, covered with a thick unctuous glaze except for the unglazed base Height 4 1/4 in., 10.8 cm
Knitting Yarn Bowl, mermaid tail mint green blue eggplant purple 4 EXTRA Holes Yarn holder multiple yarn balls Ready to ship
Modern Minimalist Wheel Thrown Ceramic White Round Bottle
WHITE GLAZED FOOTED BOWL, JOSEON DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY, with steep rounded sides rising to a lipped rim, supported on a tall slightly-waisted foot pierced with two opposing triple holes and two opposing single holes, the crackled glazed with pale blue tint. D 6 1/2 in.