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Onta Yaki--Onta chawan

Onta Yaki--Onta chawan

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Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Materials: ceramic, clay, pottery
  • Favorited by: 11 people
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From Albany, NY
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Description

Approximate Size: 6.1" (diameter), 2.6" (height)

Onta Yaki is a traditional Japanese ceramic. It was founded in a small community at Mt. Sara in Oita Prefecture in the 1700’s.

Since then, this ceramic style has been used for everyday life, in the form of cups, plates, bowls, and other dinnerware and home décor. The technique of making this ceramic is handed down from father to son. Currently, there are only 10 families in the world making this form of ceramic pottery.

The pattern of this ceramic is mostly a geometric pattern. Tobi Kanna, Uchi Hakeme, Kushi Egaki (flat comb drawings) and Yubi Egaki are used for making such patterns.

The pattern of this particular piece is Tobi Kanna. In Tobi Kanna, metal flat spatulas are used to shave the surface of the pottery and make patterns while the potter's wheel is spinning.

This precious artwork brings you soothing and relaxing moments in your busy life.

This fine artwork can be used for art collections or everyday use.
If you will use it for everyday use, please take a look at Care Instructions below. Thank you.

1) This item is not microwavable.
2) This item is not for dishwasher.

*ATTENTION TO CUSTOMERS*
-Please notify us with your zip code 3-7 days prior to purchase this item. We have to figure out sales tax rates. Thank you.
Approximate Size: 6.1" (diameter), 2.6" (height)

Onta Yaki is a traditional Japanese ceramic. It was founded in a small community at Mt. Sara in Oita Prefecture in the 1700’s.

Since then, this ceramic style has been used for everyday life, in the form of cups, plates, bowls, and other dinnerware and home décor. The technique of making this ceramic is handed down from father to son. Currently, there are only 10 families in the world making this form of ceramic pottery.

The pattern of this ceramic is mostly a geometric pattern. Tobi Kanna, Uchi Hakeme, Kushi Egaki (flat comb drawings) and Yubi Egaki are used for making such patterns.

The pattern of this particular piece is Tobi Kanna. In Tobi Kanna, metal flat spatulas are used to shave the surface of the pottery and make patterns while the potter's wheel is spinning.

This precious artwork brings you soothing and relaxing moments in your busy life.

This fine artwork can be used for art collections or everyday use.
If you will use it for everyday use, please take a look at Care Instructions below. Thank you.

1) This item is not microwavable.
2) This item is not for dishwasher.

*ATTENTION TO CUSTOMERS*
-Please notify us with your zip code 3-7 days prior to purchase this item. We have to figure out sales tax rates. Thank you.

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