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Chawan, Kase , Hosai XVI

Hosai XVI

I use the Japanese pottery technique called "Chirimen-jiwa ", or crepe wrinkles, at the bottom of this tea bowl. The technique is very delicate and difficult, the effect that creates a unique texture and emphasizes on the light shade is extremely great. When we appreciate a tea bowl, we need not only something to see in your eyes, but also something to touch with your hands. The "Chirimen-jiwa" expression makes the feeling more enjoyable and impressive. Both my father and grandfather have used this technique, but it was so difficult to master the method. I worked hard and finally got to learn from the different way with my father and grandfather. “Kase” tea bowl introduced this month is a fine and well-balanced work with contrast between the natural yet gorgeous atmosphere at the top and the primitive and powerful expression of crepe wrinkles at the bottom.

Size Φ133×h69 mm
Material Kase" local clay "
Glaze Transparent glaze
Firing   Genyo " climbing kiln "
Packing  Wooden box" We will make a wooden box after ordering. It will take two weeks to complete. "

Price 220,000 JPY

※Please note that the appearance of the photos may differ slightly depending on the environment of your computer or smartphone.
※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
51121
Name
Chawan, Kase , Hosai XVI
Price
220,000 JPY

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