한국 전통도자에 사용된 鐵分顔料의 실험을 통한 명칭 연구
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- The various kinds of pottery were been made throughout the korean history. According to the historian, Among them, use of ‘Iron Oxide Pigment’ began to appear approximately at 10th Centurey to 12th Centurey in Koryo period.
In fact, you can find reliquiae and document related to Korea pottery that ‘Iron Oxide Pigment’ were begin to used with Koryo period Pottery ‘Celadon Cheolhwa’, and to ‘Buncheong’, ‘Choson White Porcelain’ of Choson period, throughout periodical changes. The ‘Iron Oxide Pigment’ has been used continuously, because the commonly used simplified methods were useful for the production of the ceramics. Also it was fairly easy to found in the environment.
The name of the current mainly used for ‘Iron Oxide Pigment’ are ‘Cheolhwa’, ‘Cheolhoe’, ‘Cheolchae’, ‘Cheolsa’. In addition to the history documents, it states that traditional ‘Iron Oxide Pigment’ is ‘Sugganju’. and the aliases for ‘Sugganju’ include ‘Daeja’ · ‘Jato’ · ‘Juto’ · ‘Jeokto’ · ‘Toju’ · ‘Cheolju’ · ‘Tosa’ · ‘Jeokjeomto’ ect. So many names, but an understanding of the attributes appearing as ceramic materials is difficult. Also, name of unification cause confusion.
In this Paper, to identify of attributes appearing as ceramic materials through experiment of Inherent nature characteristics, and Reflects the results of the objective is to provide the appropriate name for the convenience of naming.
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