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Hakugayu Uma Koro (白牙釉馬香炉)
This is the ceramic crafted by KUMAMOTO, Yoshihiro (熊本義泰).
He made the shape by throwing on the potter's wheel.
He used the kaolin clay.
It is koro incense burner in Japanese tea ceremony.
Iron content of the coloring was removed from celadon glaze.
Height : 16 cm
Diameter : 11 cm
Having trained in Kyoto, Kumamoto returned to his hometown and built the pottery in Kashima-shi. He found enlightened charm to Chinese Seiji and devotes himself to create original celadon today.