Tobo thin ice blisters ice cracking glaze tea bowl (large)
Ice cracking glaze is one of the porcelain glazes (a glassy material that covers the surface of pottery), and small penetrations (glass cracks) caused by the difference in shrinkage rate between the base soil and the glaze when baked. It is named because the ice looks like it has broken. The glittering look is like a glass.
The bowl has a gentle atmosphere due to the slight accent on the edges. Combined with the small size, it can also be used as a couple's bowl.
■Size: About 12.8cm in diameter x 6.5cm in height
■ Support availability
[Introduction of the creator]
Tohbo thin ice artist Taichi Kawai (TAICHI KAWAI)
Taichi Kawai, a writer of "Tobo Thin Ice", projects a delicate beauty like thin ice in his work. It is said that it was named "Tobo thin ice" because of the desire to know more about the ice cracking glaze work.
Born in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
Graduated from Ceramics Course, Kyoto University of Traditional Arts
2010 Exhibited at Pottery Competition, Lodi City, Italy
2012 Received the Encouragement Prize of Kyoto University of Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition
2012 MESI Bowl Grand Prix, JA Zenno Nagasaki Sponsor Award
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Individual differences such as penetration (cracks like a pattern on the surface), pinholes (small holes), iron powder (oxidized to black spots when iron is burned), uneven glaze, etc. Please refrain from purchasing if you can not capture it.
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