Pyongyang, December 9 (KCNA) — The Koryo celadon dinner-sets inlaid with cloud, pine and crane patterns from the ceramic ware unit of the Mansudae Arts Studio, Korea’s fine-arts complex, are highly valued as national treasure and on display at the three-revolution exhibition.
Each set made up of 50 pieces, they were produced by People’s Artists U Chi Son and Im Sa Jun who invented this new elegant type of Koryo celadon with well-blending distinctive colors and patterns and innovative forms.
The ceramic ware unit is also credited with numerous national-treasure Koryo celadon and Ri-dynasty white porcelains. Its products bask in popularity at home and abroad.
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