This sugi-nari Oribe-yaki chawan (matcha bowl) features geometric patterns painted in an iron underglaze beneath a crazed beige glaze and a patch of green copper-sulfate glaze
Oribe-yaki (織部焼) is a type of Japanese pottery known for its free flowing glazes and asymmetrical, hand-formed shape. Dating from the 16th century, Oribe ware exists in many styles. One of the most famous is Ao-Oribe or Green Oribe, which is often decorated with geometric patterns painted with an iron glaze and then partially covered in a vibrant green copper-sulfate glaze which contrasts against the white background.
13cm (5.1in) - width
8.2cm (3.2in) - height
400ml - capacity
Condition: Very good
Ships from Thailand
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