NERITSUGI HAI (Neritsugi Cup B)

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Ceramic Feature

This is the porcelain by HOSHINO, Tomoyuki. Neritsugi means the method of making a vessel by joining a plain clay portion and marbled clay portion. The top and the lower part were separately formed by the potter's wheel and were joined together. The pink marbled design had appeared only at the lower part and it is the exquisite highlight to see through liquor, Japanese Sake.


Height : 4.2 cm
Diameter : 8.5 cm

Artist Introduction

HOSHINO, Tomoyuki

HOSHINO, Tomoyuki

His kiln has been built in Tokyo, and he developed his original technique of "Neritsugi". He won a prize in vairous public exhibition, including the Japan Traditional Art Crafts exhibition.


16,200 JPY
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