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Totaishikki Yuiatomon Jizaiwan (ceramic ware coated with finger-printed lacquer vessel)

Totaishikki Yuiatomon Jizaiwan (ceramic ware coated with finger-printed lacquer vessel)

Tableware / Totai Shikki (laquar ware)

Shape
Lacquered pottery, souvenirs, gifts, family celebration, home use. Size: free
Purpose
Gift, family celebration, home use.
Features
Unique shape created through deliberating leaving finger indentations before laquering.
Color variation
Please inquire
Materials
Soil, glaze, lacquer, foil, etc.
Form of wrapping
1/packet(air packing)
Supply capacity
consultation required
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
2012 Ehime 21st Century Traditional Crafts Prize Encouragement Award
Desireble retail price
10,000 yen
Minimum lots
1
Delivery-date
1 year (for order made)

Totaishikki Yuiatomon Jizaiwan (ceramic ware coated with finger-printed lacquer vessel)

WAGAMA

Rich expression created slowly through multilayered lacquering.

Upon viewing the news of lacquered pottery from the Jomon period being unearthed I was inspired to create this "Taitoushikki yubiatomon jizaiwan" bowl. Using the clay-string molding method I left finger marks preserved in the surface to add warmth to the design. After firing lacquer prints are added 20-30 times to make it deeply unique. How to use it is up to you, but pottery created with the same soil and lacquer as ancient Jomon period works is sure to enrich our modern lives.

Person in charge : Hirai Hidekazu

Telephone number : 090-1578-6606

Rich expression created slowly through multilayered lacquering.

Upon viewing the news of lacquered pottery from the Jomon period being unearthed I was inspired to create this "Taitoushikki yubiatomon jizaiwan" bowl. Using the clay-string molding method I left finger marks preserved in the surface to add warmth to the design. After firing lacquer prints are added 20-30 times to make it deeply unique. How to use it is up to you, but pottery created with the same soil and lacquer as ancient Jomon period works is sure to enrich our modern lives.

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