Shiho Kanzaki is a well known as an anagama potter in Japan.
He always have over ten-day anagama wood firing.
This tea bowl, chawan has natural ash deposits in an anagama wood firing.
All of my work is made by coil building.
In the end, I throw it from under to upper only once at a breath.
It is fired in an anagama kiln for over ten days which produces a natural ash deposits.
Shigaraki ware is fired on the shelves in the chamber room.
The surrounding pieces create an environment for formation of a landscape of running glazes down the front of the work.
The meaurment is; (h)81mm x 125mm(w)
If the buyer want to get a beautiful paulownia box, I will make it after the buyer purchased.
At that time I need two weeks for shipping. The box is free.
Shigaraki, anagama, ten-day anagama wood firing, with natural ash deposits tea bowl. chawn-62
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- Materials: Shigaraki tea bowl, Ceramics and Pottery, Stoneware, Ceramics, Pottery, Shigaraki, Anagama, Japan, wood fired, stone ware, natural ash
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