Compare three cups and cupstands of similar lobed form, in the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, included in the Museum’s exhibition Koryo Celadon Masterpieces
, Seoul, 1989, cat. nos 85, 86 and 87; another in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, illustrated in Bernard Rackham, Catalogue of the Le Blond Collection of Corean Pottery
, London, 1918, pl. 46; and a third from the collection of G.St.G.M. Gompertz and now in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, illustrated in Yun Yong-i, Korean Art from the Gompertz and Other Collections in the Fitzwilliam Museum: A Complete Catalogue
, Cambridge, 2006, pl. 51. See also a cup and saucer sold in our London rooms, 10th June 1986, lot 212; another from the collection of Ether Shields Garrett, sold at Christie’s New York, 2nd December 1986, lot 161; and a further group from the Pilkington collection, sold in these rooms, 6th April 2016, lot 93.
Similar cupstands have been recovered from the Yuch’ŏn-ri kiln site; see two reconstructed examples included in the Special Exhibition of Ceramics in Koryŏ Dynasty from the Kiln Site of Yu-Cheun-ri, Guan-gun, Cholla-buk-do, Ewha University Museum, Seoul, 1983, cat. no. 111.