NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)

  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)
  • NERITSUGI CHAWAN (Neritsugi Tea Bowl)

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Ceramic Feature

This is crafted by HOSHINO. Neritsugi means the method of joining a plain clay and marbled clay. He had thrown on potter's wheel and made three parts. Then he put together to make tea bowl's shape. The marble pattern like rose are appeared at the bottom. The red line comes out well at the seam between top and the middle part.

Size

Height : 6.3 cm
Diameter : 15.5 cm

Artist Introduction

HOSHINO, Tomoyuki

HOSHINO, Tomoyuki

Yuki kiln is built in Tokyo, and HOSHINO develops the original "Neritsugi". He won a prize in the pubic exhibitions, including the Japan Traditional Art Crafts exhibition.

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Price:
¥77,000 JPY