Korean traditional Celadon Buddha
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A beautiful Celadon pottery Buddha statue. Korean celadon pottery renowned the world over since Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392) for its exquisite inlaid designs, elegantly curved lines and mysterious color- the color of the sky after a rainstorm during an autumn afternoon. Buddhism was first introduced into the Korean peninsula from China in the 4th century CE, when the country was divided into the three kingdoms of Paekche, Koguryŏ, and Silla. Buddhism arrived first in the northern kingdom of Koguryŏ and then gradually spread into the other two kingdoms. As often happened, the new faith was first accepted by the court and then extended to the people. After the unification of the country by the kingdom of Silla in the 660s, Buddhism flourished throughout Korea. Dimensions: Length- 11cm Width- 10cm Height- 17.5 cm
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