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Seihakuji Shochunomi (青白磁焼酎呑)
This is the Arita ware crafted by SHOMURA, Ken (庄村健).
Horizontal lines are seen because he left marks pressed with his finger while turning the potter's wheel.
He put scoops in the four places to make it easier to hold.
Signature on the base may change.
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.
Height : 9.3 cm
Diameter : 9 cm
He is awarded the Medal with Yellow Ribbon by being recognized for contribution to the ceramic art group. Based on the Arita ware tradition, he made the layers of glaze softer and brighter.