Kim Pan-ki Celadon Scalloped Serving Bowl


Ceramics Master Kim Pan-ki has been designing and creating unique pieces for the home since 1983, experimenting with different techniques such as buncheong and celadon. This large bowl is an example of the latter; it references traditional styles with its jade hue and transparent glaze – features that originated in China during the Song dynasty (960-1279 AD) – but adds a contemporary touch through a scalloped rim.

Product number: 2215502005

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Meet the Maker:

Kim Pan-ki

While exploring the National Museum of Korea, Kim Pan-ki came across the celadon masterpieces of the Goryeo period, a moment that kick-started his love for ceramics. A few years later, at the age of just 25, he travelled to world-famous ceramics centre, Icheon. Here, he worked at a number of workshops learning the art of pottery, before opening his own studio and establishing himself as a Ceramics Master ten years later. With each creation, the maker experiments with different techniques – from buncheong to celadon – while utilising the comb-pattern style, a method indigenous to Korea during the Neolithic period where handcrafted clay is fired in open or semi-open pits.