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Hagi Haikaburi Mizusashi (萩灰被水指)
This is a Hagi ware fresh water jar which Tamamura-san has created.
Being fired in a climbing kiln.
Ashes and glaze can be melted together in the kiln and haikaburi pattern appeared with dignified color.
He used the clay called daido-tsuchi because it enables us to see the hakiburi design well.
The pot of weight is more than 2 kilograms.
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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.
Height : 17.0 cm
Diameter : 18.0 cm
TAMAMURA was the maestro to make Hagi chawan. His achievements were so great that all expressions touched our hearts.