Los Angeles County Museum of Art

March 30, 2015

With its spherical shape and white finish—a product of a clear glaze that is characteristic of baekja ware—this vessel is reminiscent of the round, white form of the moon. These “moon jars,” as they were often referred, were produced for only about 100 years, appearing in the late 1600s and ceasing production around the early 1800s. This example of an 18th...   Read On »

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