やちむん 育陶園唐草線彫 mug cup small white Tang grass

やちむん 育陶園

K00040






[product introduction]

"Tang grass line engraving" of 育陶園. Tang grass pattern of dignified line carving to draw without a sketch attracts eyes very beautifully. The mug cup of the usual times errand that I want to use every day. The slant that I added to a rim only a little makes taste comfortable. If use it with 5 寸皿 and set; to cup & saucer!

The color is white Tang grass and two colors of the green glaze Tang grass white space on a colored background.


■Size: Approximately 9cm in diameter X approximately 8cm in height approximately 200 ml in capacity

■Material: Ceramics

■The correspondence right or wrong
Oven X
Microwave oven△
Washing-up washing machine X

[builder introduction]

Pottery "育陶園" which lasts approximately 300 years in the pot shop of Naha of Okinawa
I am particular about the subject matter of Okinawa, and polite にやちむんづくりに wrestles one by one. I think about a person to employ, and the manufacturing that snuggled up to a living is always done. It is continued challenging new しいやちむんの expression by ancient people while taking good care of the traditional technique and pattern which I inherited.
There are many things of lucky implication, and, as for most of patterns drawn on the ceramics of 育陶園, the thought of ancient people is loaded each with in a tradition pattern pictured with pot shop ware for a long time.

 

[matters that require attention]

It is identical, and there are not a product image and the product to send.
Because all the containers are handmade, size, form, a color, a design, the texture vary in one point of one point.
Please refrain from crackle (the crack that is likely to enter the surface), a pinhole (small hole), iron powder (the state that you were oxidized by iron content being baked, and became the sunspot), the purchase of the glaze which cannot capture the individual difference such as irregularities as the personality of the container, an expression of the containers.

I do not accept cancellation, returned goods, the exchange by the circumstances of the visitor.