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Yokohama Ceramiche Co., Ltd.

Address onoetyousukaibiru2F Onoetyou 6-89 Yokohama-shi Naka-ku Kanagawa, JAPAN ZIP:231-0015
Representative Name Tatsushi Umehara
Annual Revenue JPY 160,000,000
No. of Employees 4
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From Sanno-gama, a Mino-yaki pottery located in Toki City, Gifu Prefecture. This is a kohiki teacup made by a traditional craftsman, Shigeyasu Ohno, using a potter's wheel and shaving. A traditional craftsman carves a pattern on the side part of the vessel. It is more difficult than it looks to engrave the curves on the sides at equal intervals, and it is a skill that requires a skilled craftsman. After unglazing, the entire surface is sprayed with white clay and fired. After that, the entire surface is covered with a glaze to prevent staining, which is characteristic of kohiki vessels, and fired one more time. (It is normal for vessels to be fired twice, once in the unglazed kiln and once in the fired kiln, but this piece was fired in the kiln three times.) The colon shape of this teacup is lovely, and you can feel the warmth of the handmade work.

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SD item code:10282063

Detail Price & Quantity
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Sanno-gama rokuro kohiki teacup
山王窯 ろくろ粉引湯呑
JAN:4560376067510
JAN:4560376067510

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Details
Item added on: 2022/5/16
Dimensions
Size: 7.5 cm (diameter) X 6 cm (height)
Weight: 150g (1 piece)
Volume: Full water capacity/200ml, suitable water capacity/160ml
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Material: Ceramic (Mino ware)
Package: Individual Packaging
Year of manufacture: 2021
Product tag: None

Description

From Sanno-gama, a Mino-yaki pottery located in Toki City, Gifu Prefecture. This is a kohiki teacup made by a traditional craftsman, Shigeyasu Ohno, using a potter's wheel and shaving. A traditional craftsman carves a pattern on the side part of the vessel. It is more difficult than it looks to engrave the curves on the sides at equal intervals, and it is a skill that requires a skilled craftsman. After unglazing, the entire surface is sprayed with white clay and fired. After that, the entire surface is covered with a glaze to prevent staining, which is characteristic of kohiki vessels, and fired one more time. (It is normal for vessels to be fired twice, once in the unglazed kiln and once in the fired kiln, but this piece was fired in the kiln three times.) The colon shape of this teacup is lovely, and you can feel the warmth of the handmade work.

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Sea Mail From Nov.11th to Jan.18th
Air Mail From Oct.25th to Oct.27th
EMS From Oct.24th to Oct.27th
Pantos Express From Oct.26th to Oct.31st
DHL From Oct.24th to Oct.26th
UPS From Oct.24th to Oct.26th
FedEx From Oct.24th to Oct.26th
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Notes

Some trading conditions may be applicable only in Japan.

*The images are for illustrative purposes only. Actual colors may differ slightly depending on your viewing environment.
*Due to the nature of the product, there may be differences in size, weight, etc.
*Since we share inventory with other websites, quantities may vary.
*Since the product is made by hand, there may be slight differences in size, engraving, etc. Kohiki vessels are water absorbent, and a speckled pattern will appear on the surface. To prevent tea from staining, soak the bowl in white water for about 20 minutes before use.

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