Bun-cheong bowl with lid and a rope curtain pattern. Mid 15th century. Ho-Am Art Museum in South Korea
A Chinese 'Yaozhou' celadon carved 'three fishes' bowl, Northern Song dynasty…
Tea Bowl, named"Mishima-oke", mishima type, carved and inlaid slips under glaze, Punchong Ware, ceramic. Korean, Yidynasty, 16th century. Owned by First Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. Tokugawa art museum
Mino (Oribe) ware cha-ire (tea caddy) with futa (lid) Oribe type, Mino ware. Glazed stoneware with ivory lid Centimetres: 10.8 (height), 6.1 (outside diameter) late 17th to 18th century AD Early Modern; Edo Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images
Karatsu Tea Bowl, Edo period, size: 2.6" height x 5.2" Diameter
400px-400px-Flowers Bottle Buncheong Pottery with Impressed White Woven Mat Design
Peter Rushforth ceramics
A Korean Celadon Fish Bowl, ca. 19th Century. Green glaze ground on earthenware footed bowl with two-tone pigment decoration of fish. Approx. 5-3/4"T x 11" diameter. Unsigned.