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Benizome O-Bachi Hisho (紅染大鉢 燦々)
This is the Arita ware crafted by SHOMURA, Ken (庄村健).
Sansan (燦々) means the shining, bright sun.
Making the layer of glaze, he finally got a fantastic crimson shade.
Signature on the base may change.
There is the district called Akae-machi along the street passing through Arita-cho.
Here, manual industry business specialized in overglaze were gathered in the Edo era.
Many colored, brilliant ceramics were produced there over a long period of history.
Banko Kiln was established in 1884, and had named from the first generation potter's SHOMURA, Kenkichi.
It stands near the Kakiemon-gama which is one of the most well-known pottery in Japan.
Height : 12.5 cm
Diameter : 52.5 cm
He is granted Medal with Yellow Ribbon for efforts to ceramic in 2019. The works have quite smooth texture by painted with long-term developed glaze.