This wonderful mizusashi (water container) features white porcelain decorated with blue mountainous motifs.
A mizusashi (水指 - fresh water container) is used to store fresh water used to refill the kama (釜 - kettle) during a tea ceremony. They are usually made from ceramics, lacquer, or occasionally bare wood.
Arita-yaki (有田焼) is a type of Japanese pottery that traditionally comes from the are around the town of Arita on the island of Kyushu, Japan. Since the discovery of the raw materials for porcelain near Arita in the 16th century, Arita has been one of the major centers of Japanese porcelain production.
13.2cm (5.2in) - width
14cm (5.5in) - height
1100ml - capacity
This vintage Japanese item ships from Thailand
Please note, due to this item's size and weight, it will be expensive to ship and we likely cannot offer our traditional gift wrapping.
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