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Matcha bowl Kimachi soil ash glaze Half cylinder Shokeiyama kiln Iwami ware Yunotsu ware

Matcha bowl Kimachi soil ash glaze Half cylinder Shokeiyama kiln Iwami ware Yunotsu ware

Regular price ¥500,000
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This is a half cylindrical tea bowl with a slightly widened mouth. It has a slightly elevated base, which is rare for Shokeizan-ware tea bowls.

The rough clay is mixed with small quartz stones. It makes a good touch to the hand, and the wheeled surface stabilizes the palm.

It is covered with a Kimachi glaze underneath and an ash glaze on top, and has been fired many times over, indicating that it was the work of the late Umeo Yamamoto when he was quite young.

I believe that the deep black flavor of this bowl will come to life when used outside of the summer season when serving solid tea cakes.

Seal and seal: Shokeizan

φ12.8 x H8.8

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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.