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Tea Bowl, Geppaku glaza ,ASAHIGAMA Pottery collection

Limited Item / ASAHIGAMA Pottery collection

A small tea bowl that you could use it daily. It is fired by the climbing kiln "Genyo". Geppaku glaze that vividly colors in front of fire place and on the shelf (high temperature place) of the climbing kiln. Geppaku glaze is made mainly of straw ash. Each tea bowl has a different look, so classified into the Limited Collection.

Size Φ122×h65 mm
Material Uji clay
Glaze Geppaku glaze
Firing   Genyo (the climbing kiln)
Packing  Paper box

Price 11,000 JPY

※Since these products are  limited collection, we will send the actual item in the photo to the customer  purchased it.
(Please note that the appearance of the photos may differ slightly depending on the environment of your computer or smartphone.)
※If you would like more than one item for gifts, please contact us for stock information.  
※Before using it for the first time, soak it in water for about 10 minutes. We send this item under natural condition after firing.   If it is used as it is, it might easily stain.
※Every time after use, wipe off water and dry thoroughly before storing.

item number
43059
Name
Tea Bowl, Geppaku glaza ,ASAHIGAMA Pottery collection
Price
11,000 JPY

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