SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)

  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)
  • SEIHAKUJI CHORYUMON CHAWAN (White Porcelain Tea Bowl with Sea Current design with Pale Blue glaze)

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Ceramic Feature

This is crafted by HIGUCHI. The bowl was thrown on the potter's wheel and was fired by an electric kiln. The tea bowl is used for the Japanese tea ceremony as macchawan.


Kyoto Ware

Size

Height : 8.3 cm
Width : 12 cm
Length : 11 cm

Artist Introduction

HIGUCHI, Kuniharu

HIGUCHI, Kuniharu
(Kyoto artist)

He studied ceramics in Kyoto, then moved to Nara and works in there. A series of choryu expresses the scene that can imagine the swirling current in the Naruto Strait.

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Price:
¥132,000 JPY