The color of Geppaku glaze varies greatly depending on the changes in firing, the firing position in the kiln, and the way and thickness of the glaze, but another factor is the color of the base material. When white clay is applied between the base and the glaze, as in this sake cup, the color becomes brighter and more vivid.
The most outstanding feature of this sake cup is the part of Geppaku glaze where you can see the bare surface of the ground, like a hole in the glaze. The three places on the front and back are ｍｙ fingerprints that are held while applying the glaze. Fingerprints. In the world of pottery, this has often been admired as a scenic beauty. In particular, many tea bowls used for tea ceremonies have left traces of adding the "wabi" atmosphere. I also leave fingerprints on most of my Geppaku glazed tea bowls. And when it comes to the size of a sake cup, the presence of finger marks increases enormously. So, when it is well fitted, it looks more and more attractive. This sake cup is a typical example. he pale color of Geppaku glaze. The white clay peeking out from the glaze creates a perfect balance with the color of the base.
Size Φ67×ｈ40 mm
Material local clay
Glaze Geppaku glaze ,
Firing Genyo " climbing kiln "
Packing Wooden box" We will make a wooden box after ordering. It will take two weeks to complete. "
Price 22,000 JPY
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※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.