Karakusa - Mamezara

Sale price$17.00

A kiln that mainly produced tableware for commercial use, such as inns and Japanese restaurants. Therefore, Mr. Kamamoto responds to a wide range of techniques, from extraordinary avant-garde techniques to traditional dyeing techniques. The special feature of this work is a technique called ichichin, in which liquid soil is drawn by pouring it little by little using a needle-like tool, like drawing a decorated cake. Able to express three-dimensionally. Since the pottery is baked in the main firing, the painted part will not come off unless the pottery is cracked.

  • Size: φ8.4 × H2.0cm
  • Texture: Smooth
  • Remarks: Dishwasher 〇 / Microwave 〇



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Arita Station Area / Minamikawara Ryo Area

Yamauchi area / Yoshida area