This is a series of tea tools from Buncheongsagi, newly launched by artist Hong Seong-il in Nosando in 2020.
From the old days, I would like to start again with the background of local history based on the background of local history.
In the future, we will continue to showcase a variety of works that have applied Bun
First of all, we will introduce the works that utilize the dumb betting technique.
Buncheong Fraud Overview
Porcelain from the early Joseon Dynasty, where the surface was painted with white clay on top of gray or gray black clay. It is an abbreviation for makeup mask hoesagi.
This dressing technique may show a pattern or show the process of transitioning to white porcelain by covering the surface of the bowl with white clay.
Its shape was changed to a voluptuous and rhythmic form based on the malformation of the celadon celadon, and there are many stable and practical shapes.
In addition, special shapes such as general, jara disease, schizophrenia, and falcon began to appear.
These Buncheongsagi were transformed and developed from celadon at the end of Goryeo and became distinctive during the Joseon Dynasty, making them for about 200 years in the 15th and 6th centuries.
In the 16th century, white clay makeup became more prevalent than patterns, and gradually clay and surface makeup became white porcelain.
However, due to the Imjin War and institutional problems, the Buncheong Fraud could not be developed anymore and disappeared.
[Naver Knowledge Encyclopedia] Buncheonggigi [粉 靑 沙 器] (Korean Middle and High Dictionary, March 30, 2007, Korean Dictionary compilation)
Buncheong combination soil, stone earth combination soil + Boseong area sandy soil
1235 degrees / weak reduction plasticity