BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware

  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware
  • BIZEN YUDASUKIMIMITSUKI MIZUSASHI (Fresh-water Jar with glazed Fire Marks of Handles) Bizen ware

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Ceramic Feature

Bizen Yudasuki Mimitsuki Mizusashi (備前釉襷耳付水指)

This is a Bizen ware fresh water jar which Mori-san has created.
Teisai-san has named "yudasuki", a special technique which has never been produced.
He used the hand-forming skill when the body was shaped.

The pot of weight is more than 3.5 kilograms.
That's related to shipping fee, so if you want to know more, please contact us.

Mizusashi (水指)
A fresh-water pot for tea ceremony.
It's one of the tea utensils called "o-chadougu".
It comes in a variety of shapes, cylindrical type is often used.

Comes with a lid.
Lid made of pottery : the same material as the main body called tomo-buta.
Lid made of urushi : a different material from the main body and is made of Japanense urushi called nuri-buta.

Mizusashi is used for the following purpose.
・Adding water to the tea kettle
・Cleaning tools and tea bowl.

Size

Height : 15.5 cm
Diameter : 25.2 cm

Artist Introduction

MORI, Teisai

MORI, Teisai
(Bizen artist)

He was born into the Mori family, one of the six pottery relatives lines -the Terami family-. Enjoy smooth and comfortable pattern beyond the tradition.

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Price:
¥165,000 JPY