Contemporary Ceramics Centre - Small/Medium Moon Jar - Adam Buick

Contemporary Ceramics Centre - Small/Medium Moon Jar - Adam Buick

stone-glaze-moon-jar created by Welsh potter Adam Buick.

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Korean Moon Jar (ok, not so contemporary but it could be)

Moon Jar Korea, Joseon dynasty second half of the century, Porcelain, H.

Moon Jar - Lee Kang-Hyo (Onggi Technique)

i think, i am a happy person because i am making lots of pots and i am giving and taking a lot of love from other people.

Korean moon jar owned by Bernard Leach and Lucie Rie, British Museum

Korean moon jar owned by Bernard Leach and Lucie Rie, British Museum

Love for clay • Ceramics Artist Lucie Rie

Ceramics Artist Lucie Rie

lucie rie ° seen by ° snowdon ° the jar is not made by lucie rie ° it is a korean moon jar

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Jar, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910), second half of 18th centuryKoreaWhite porcelain   H. 14 3/4 in. (37.5 cm)(1979.413.1)  metropolitan museum of art     Plain globular jars like this piece are affectionately termed dalhangari,  or moon jars. Most examples, however, are not as perfectly round as a  full moon. Many were formed by joining two halves (the top and bottom  semi-spheres), often resulting in a visible joint mark near the middle  and slight irregularities in the overall form.

catherine-white: “ Jar, Joseon dynasty second half of century Korea White porcelain H. cm) metropolitan museum of art Plain globular jars like this.

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