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

Totaishikki Yuiatomon Jizaiwan (ceramic ware coated with finger-printed lacquer vessel) "treasure casket? bowl for putting dreams"

Tableware / Totai Shikki (laquar ware)

Shape
Lacquered pottery, souvenirs, gifts, family celebration, home use. Size: free.Tamatebako is box type.
Purpose
Gift, family celebration, home use.
Features
Fingerprint cup is made of string and the shape leaves the finger marks on the surface and the surface is lacquered. Tamate-bako is a bowl of lacquered ceramics.
Color variation
Please inquire
Materials
Soil, glaze, lacquer, foil, etc.
Form of wrapping
unit delivery is acceptable
Supply capacity
consultation required
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
2012 21 century Ehime of traditional crafts Grand Prize Award.2013 21 century Ehime of traditional crafts Award Nankai Broadcasting President's Award.
Desireble retail price
10,000 yen Tamatebako is a main inquiry
Minimum lots
1
Delivery-date
1 year (for order made)

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

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Rich expression created slowly through multilayered lacquering.

A pottery lacquerware with lacquer on top of ceramic, "Totaishikki". At first glance it seems to be modern, but this technique has already been used for earthenware excavated from the remains of the Jomon period. "Fingerprint cup" is a deep vessel that is made of string and leaves a fingerprint on the surface. After baked "Tamate-bako", lacquer is applied several times and silver foil is applied. A warm touch and a strange hue that changes over time. Neither is the same as the two, so it's up to you to use it. Just decorating it is enough.

Person in charge : Hirai Hidekazu

Telephone number : 090-1578-6606

Rich expression created slowly through multilayered lacquering.

A pottery lacquerware with lacquer on top of ceramic, "Totaishikki". At first glance it seems to be modern, but this technique has already been used for earthenware excavated from the remains of the Jomon period. "Fingerprint cup" is a deep vessel that is made of string and leaves a fingerprint on the surface. After baked "Tamate-bako", lacquer is applied several times and silver foil is applied. A warm touch and a strange hue that changes over time. Neither is the same as the two, so it's up to you to use it. Just decorating it is enough.