E-Kohiki works were made from the 15th to 16th century in Korea, during the Li Imperial Family Dynasty. This piece has white over the underglaze of red brown also showing a dull black color. On the billowing and potbellied shape there are two areas of flowers and plants painted in light brush stroke. The mouth is thin and squeezed, contrasting with the stable and powerful foot. The total effect of its figure is stable yet gentle. This is an excellent work, a simple vase unique in the Li Imperial Family Dynasty.