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Edo Period Oribe Ware Cylindrical Bowl

Edo Period Oribe Ware Cylindrical Bowl

Regular price ¥29,700
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Period : Edo period(1603 – 1868),Japan

Size : H7.3cm W4.8cm

This is an Oribe ware mukozuke that was fired during the Edo period.
The mainstream of Oribe ware is those with unique patterns, but this one is called All Oribe, which has only a green glaze using copper as a coloring agent.
It has a thin, slender, cylindrical shape, with diagonal potter's wheels and uneven knots, giving it a design that looks like it was cut from bamboo.
Only grooves are carved on the hill, and the clay appears to be coated with a transparent glaze without being exposed.
Since it is very small, it is thought that it was used as a bowl for serving food during tea ceremonies, but it is also recommended as a bowl for drinking medicine.

There is no conspicuous flaws.It has good luster throughout and is in good condition.

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