HAKUGAYU UMA KORO (Celadon Incense Burner with Horse design)

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Ceramic Feature

This has been handcrafted by KUMAMOTO. He has thrown on potter's wheel. The material is kaolin china clay called todo. It is koro incense burner in Japanese tea ceremony. Iron content of the coloring was removed from celadon glaze. This comes with a signed wooden box.


Height : 16 cm
Diameter : 11 cm

Artist Introduction

KUMAMOTO, Yoshihiro

KUMAMOTO, Yoshihiro

He studied pottery in Kyoto and built the kiln in his hometown. He is attracted to the charm of the green color celadon creating wares with dynamism.


129,600 JPY
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