This incense burner presents the characteristics of a typical Yi Dynasty Joseon Dynasty incense burner with a body that rises smoothly from the base, openworked ears and a semi-circular lid.
The white porcelain is baked well, and the rustic white gives you a sense of tranquility.
In the Joseon Dynasty, pottery was not discarded, even if the pot was damaged during firing. A wound-loving spirituality is associated with the Japanese tea aesthetic.
The inside of the furnace is often covered with soot, giving it an atmosphere of being used.