Silla Kobae Bowl Stand

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by LACMA
published on 25 November 2016

A stoneware bowl stand from the Silla kingdom of ancient Korea, often called kobae. They were used to store foodstuffs and the lid could be inverted and serve as an extra dish. 5th to 7th century CE. (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

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