A Fish-shaped White Porcelain Waterdropper
Choson period (19th century)
Modelled in the form of a curled fish delineated with contiguous sunken scales and raised lines to indicate the fins and tail, and decorated with a bluish transparent glaze; flat base unglazed
3¾in. (8cm.) long
For another example see Catalogue of Ewha Womans University Museum, (Seoul: Ewha Womans University Museum, 1987), no. 893, p. 358.