SEIHAKUJI SHUKI (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware

  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware
  • SEIHAKUJI SHUKI  (White Porcelain Vessel with Pale Blue glaze) Kyoto ware

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Ceramic Feature

Seihakuji Shuki (青白磁酒器)

This is the Kyoto ware crafted by HIGUCHI, Kuniharu (樋口邦春).
He made the shape with throwing the potter's wheel. Firing in the electric kiln.
It's suited for pouring alcohol like Japanese sake.
It depeds on how we use and we recommend you arrange flowers.
Available for dishwasher, dryer and microwave oven.

Seihakuji (青白磁)
Seihakuji is made from porcelain's clay used white stones as mateial.
Chinese started to firing first. The glaze containing iron turns to blue after firing.

Size

Height : 8.3 cm
Diameter : 16 cm

Artist Introduction

HIGUCHI, Kuniharu

HIGUCHI, Kuniharu
(Kyoto artist)

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

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Price:
¥19,800 JPY