With the Mongol occupation came a devastation to all artforms, including pottery. The government-owned kilns were no longer in operation, and the celadons degenerated into a rough ware called "pun ch'ong" which means "pale blue or green". The decoration was often crude, with designs often added with a brush and white slip, as is seen in this example.
Artform: Decorative Arts: CERAMICS, Pre-20th Century
Artist: Unknown. Joseon Dynasty
Artist Dates: 1392-1910
Period: 15th century
Date: 15th century
Medium: Punch'ong ware
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