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Tea ceremony utensils, Shino, Tea bowl - Goren-kiln, Sachi Yamashita, Mino ware, Ceramics

Tea ceremony utensils, Shino, Tea bowl - Goren-kiln, Sachi Yamashita, Mino ware, Ceramics

Tea bowl with various look and feel

Regular price $779.00 USD (tax included)
Regular price (tax included) Sale price $779.00 USD
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Creator:Sachi Yamashita

This is a shino tea bowl with iron painting. The unique mogusa clay of Mino ware is generously covered with feldspar glaze. When the clay is half-dried, a wooden spatula is used to scrape off the excess clay. In this process, the clay is scraped off to the very limit of the thickness of the work. Through this way, the vessel is finished to be light and easy to handle while having a stately appearance. The abstract patterns drawn with oniita tighten the whole, creating a soft and strong inflection in the scenery. The works are slowly fired in an old-style wood-fired kiln over a period of one week, and you can enjoy the varied expressions of each piece.
*Oniita: A mineral containing iron used in iron painting, decorative clay, iron glaze, and other ceramic decorations.This product is packaged in a paulownia box. It takes about two weeks from the time you place your order to the time of shipping.

Size Φ125×H85(mm)
Weight 360g
Material Pottery clay(Mogusa),Feldspar
Accessories Wooden box
Production area Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Handling precautions Due to the characteristics of the material, some of the liquid inside may ooze to the outside. This will naturally resolve as the product is used, but if the oozing is severe, please boil it for a short time in a starchy liquid (such as rice water), let it cool and dry naturally, and use it again.
Color Beige,Brown
Tag Shino ware,Tea bowl
Craft Ceramics>Mino ware
Usage Japanese tea supplies>Tea ceremony utensils
Item code 040-001aa
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