Tobo thin ice water foam ice tearing glaze 17cm rim dish
Ice-tearing glaze is a glaze called celadon (the glass quality that covers the surface of pottery), and it is named because it appears to be cracked by ice because it is characterized by the difference in shrinkage rate between the soil of the base and the shrinkage rate when the glaze is baked. It is a beautiful expression sparkling like glass.
Easy-to-use size rim dishes, for dishes, bread and sweets!
Size: About 16.8cm in diameter x 1.5cm in height
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[Introduction of the creator]
Tobo Thin Ice Artist Taichi Kawai (TAICHI KAWAI)
Taichi Kawai, the writer of "Tobo Thin Ice" who projects the subtlety and beauty like thin ice into his work. It was named "Tobo Thin Ice" because he wanted people to know more about the works of ice-breaking glaze.
From Kyoto, Kyoto, Kyoto
Graduated from Kyoto Traditional Crafts University with a Bachelor of Advanced Specialized Course in Ceramics
2010 Lodi, Italy Ceramics Competition
2012 Kyoto Traditional Crafts University Closing Exhibition Traditional Craft College Encouragement Award
2012 Meshiwan Grand Prix JA Zenno Agawaki Sponsor Award
The product image and the product to be delivered are not exactly the same.
Since all utsuwa is handmade, the size, shape, color, pattern, texture, etc. differ from one point to point.
Please refrain from purchasing individual differences such as penetration (cracks like patterns entering the surface), pinholes (small holes), iron powder (in which iron is oxidized and sunspoted due to iron burning), and individual differences such as unevenness of glaze as the individuality of the utsuwa and the expression of the utsuwa.
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