From 1947-1950 to 1991
Mr. Rolf R. Jacoby (died 1989) and Mrs. Maureen R. Jacoby (died 2002), Centreville, MD and Washington, D.C., acquired by Rolf R. Jacoby in Korea between 1947-1950 
Freer Gallery of Art, given by Mrs. Maureen R. Jacoby in 1991 
 "This object, along with the others given with it, was acquired by Rolf Jacoby, the donor's late husband, in Korea between 1947 and 1950, while he served as a diplomat" (according to a note by Kate Theimer, November 28, 1995, in the object record).
 See note 1.
- Previous Owner(s)
Mrs. Maureen R. Jacoby died 2002
Mr. Rolf R. Jacoby and Mrs. Maureen R. Jacoby
A wooden stamp carved with a row of circles was pressed repeatedly over the surface of this bowl to create the dense ground pattern typical of inlaid punch'ong ware bowls. Many bowls of this sort, exported to Japan, became popular as tea bowls.
- Published References
- Louise Allison Cort, Bert Winther-Tamaki, Bruce Altshuler, Niimi Ryu. Isamu Noguchi and Modern Japanese Ceramics: A Close Embrace of the Earth. Washington and Berkeley. p. 112, fig. 3.10.
- Collection Area(s)
- Korean Art
- Rights Statement
Copyright with museum