Yayoin Pottery Kiln Long-angle Dish (20cm) Dyed Gosme Karakusa

やちむん 陶眞窯


[Product introduction]
It is an easy-to-use long-angle dish that attracts the eye to the beautiful karakusa pattern of orange and brown. It is a form that can be used stylishly, such as as assing appetizers.

Size: 20cm wide x 13cm long x 2cm high
Materials: Pottery
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[Introducing the make-up]
"Kakiya Ware Pottery Kiln" is one of the leading Yachiman workshops in Okinawa.
The pottery kiln was built by Masakazu Soma at the pottery garden of Tsujiya ware, and then built as a kiln owner in Onna Village, Okinawa Prefecture.
It was moved to Yomitani Muraza Kimi in 1978, and it has reached the present day.

Many glazes, including Okinawa's typical glaze Sirgsui, are handcrafted on the soil made by blending Okinawan soil, and we continue to keep the tradition of Asahiya ware.
Among them, we continue to create new works under the words "always new things" such as red paintings, dyeing, fish crests, and itchin, which are unique to pottery kilns.
In addition, we are working hard to make a wide range of sake bowls for Awamori (old sake) and a wide range of sake bowls such as Sesa and Ryukyu Nanban (Arayaki).

The product image and the product to be delivered are not exactly the same.
Because all the Udwa is handmade, the size, shape, color, pattern, taste, etc. are different one point at a time.
Please refrain from purchasing people who are not able to capture individual differences such as infeed (a pattern-like hibi entering the surface), pinholes (small holes), iron powder (a state in which iron is oxidized and blacked out by being burned), and uneven glazes.

We do not accept cancellations, returns, or exchanges due to customer's circumstances.