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Matcha bowl Straw ash glaze Semi-cylindrical tea bowl

Matcha bowl Straw ash glaze Semi-cylindrical tea bowl

Regular price ¥480,000
Regular price Sale price ¥480,000
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It is a half cylindrical tea bowl with interesting scenery such as the gradation of the high part of the bowl, which is affected by the volatilization of the glaze, and the blackish color with a lot of iron, where silica stones have been exploded.

The bowl has a full and rich finish, with only a slight sense of the rokuro-grain.

To fully enjoy the charm of this bowl, it is best to use it from the time when it gets cold to early spring.

Seal and seal: Ume

φ11.5 x H7.5

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Returns and notes

Although we carefully inspect and package our products, we will accept returns in the event of damage or other defects, or if you receive an item that is different from what you ordered. In the above cases, we will pay for the shipping costs to return or reship the item. If you wish to return or exchange an item due to a problem, please contact us within 3 days of receipt.

Please note that we handle a lot of handmade pottery and antiques, so please understand that scratches, warps, etc. are just the texture of the item and we appreciate your understanding before purchasing.

However, the color may look different depending on the environment (monitor, browser, etc.) you are using.

Security service

When sending items exceeding 300,000 JPY, we will use the Yu-Pack security service and add 380 JPY to the normal shipping fee. For details, please check from the post office security service .

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  • About the box

    In principle, we include a paulownia box in the selling price of our pottery.

    In some cases, the box is left with the calligraphy by the late Baisei Yamamoto, and in other cases, the box is newly made. Please understand that it may take some time for us to make a new box.

  • About Shokeizan-yaki

    Shokeizan Kiln is said to have been founded as far back as the Bunsei Era. In Shimane Prefecture, the kiln had a 14-stage climbing kiln at the end of a mountain road in the Kohama district of Yunotsu Town, and was one of the oldest Iwami ware kilns.