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Totai Shikki (lacquered pottery) "Tamatebako (treasure box) - Dream container"

Totai Shikki (lacquered pottery) "Tamatebako (treasure box) - Dream container"
  • Totai Shikki (lacquered pottery) "Tamatebako (treasure box) - Dream container"

Tableware / Totai Shikki (laquar ware)

Shape
Box shape,
Purpose
Gifts, home display
Features
Potteries on which lacquer is coated repeatedly. Color variation: Original
Color variation
Original
Materials
Ceramic, lacquer and silver foil
Form of wrapping
1 unit delivery is acceptable
Supply capacity
1 per month
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
President's Award of Nankai Broadcasting Co., Ltd. for 21st century Ehime Traditional Crafts Award)
Desireble retail price
Please inquire
Minimum lots
 
Delivery-date
One year

Totai Shikki (lacquered pottery) "Tamatebako (treasure box) - Dream container"

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Repeatedly coated lacquer creates curious expressions. It is up to you to determine how to use one and only ware.

Totai Shikki is pottery or porcelain on which lacquer is coated repeatedly. In spite of the modern look on the surface, this method was already applied on earthenware excavated from sites of Jomon period at least more than 2,300 years ago. The method is replicated on "Tamatebako (treasure box) - Dream container," by making a box shape with clay, after glost firing, coating lacquer repeatedly and sticking silver foil on it. Users enjoy warm touch and curious color shades which vary as time goes by. There are various items in big or small or different shapes and sizes. Each box is one and only, so it is user's decision what things are put inside the box. The box itself shows the great presence as decoration.

Person in charge : Hirai Hidekazu

Telephone number : 090-1578-6606

Repeatedly coated lacquer creates curious expressions. It is up to you to determine how to use one and only ware.

Totai Shikki is pottery or porcelain on which lacquer is coated repeatedly. In spite of the modern look on the surface, this method was already applied on earthenware excavated from sites of Jomon period at least more than 2,300 years ago. The method is replicated on "Tamatebako (treasure box) - Dream container," by making a box shape with clay, after glost firing, coating lacquer repeatedly and sticking silver foil on it. Users enjoy warm touch and curious color shades which vary as time goes by. There are various items in big or small or different shapes and sizes. Each box is one and only, so it is user's decision what things are put inside the box. The box itself shows the great presence as decoration.

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