|Dong-gae(Similar to western quiver) and Jeontong(Quiver made to cover the whole arrow)|
Bows and arrows were kept each in a distinct case.
There were quivers for arrows called Shibok and Sungshigu.
Stringed bows were kept in a protective case called Juntong, Whaljumoeney, or in a Jundaeham. Elements of Shibok and Gungdae(arrow holster) put together were sometimes called a Donggae.
Juntong went on to feature diverse designs especially during the Chosun Dynasty.
To cater to the archer's gustoes and tastes various decorations were engraved on the quiver such as dragons, floral designs and ten creatures of longevity, just to name a few.
According to the traditional material used quivers can be categorized into wooden, bamboo, twisted-paper string, and pulp plaster quivers.
|Various Images of Dong-gae|