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This small bowl is just right for serving appetizers or as a saucer for soy sauce and other condiments. Its shallow form factor is versatile and is sure to add a dignified touch to your table.


Color

Kurogosu Nagashi

Price¥ 1,100
Size

φ9.5×H2.5cm

Material

Porcelain

Maker

Fujimaki Seitou co. ltd

Area

Arita



Additional Information

The patterns and consistency of the glaze may be uneven on this product due to the application of glaze using a shaku ladle.
Abrupt temperature changes may cause the item to crack. Please make sure the item is at room temperature when heating in the microwave. Do not soak in cold water.
Partial changes in temperature can cause the item to crack. Be careful not to expose only one part of the item to heat.
Technique: Specially Applied Glaze, Underglaze Iron Oxide Decoration, Iron Brushwork, Rust Lacquer


The items of this series are crafted using a technique known as shakugake or nagashikake. In this technique, artists create subtle drip patterns by pouring glaze over the surface of the piece with a wooden shaku ladle while spinning it on the potter’s wheel. The varied patterns that emerge are preserved as free-flowing trails of thick glaze, creating unique landscapes across the face of each piece. We then tastefully finish each piece with a one-of-a-kind pattern using a deep, ink-like gosu pigment.