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Shino ware Mukozuke by Kato Koubei Kiln

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Shino ware Mukozuke by Kato Koubei Kiln

Shino is widely appreciated for its rich milky white glazes with subtle patterns seen and the result from firing. Various colors such as nezumi and beni shinos are seen, adding the variety that connoisseurs enjoyed for almost 500 years.

The term mukozuke is seen in kaiseki course meals or within tea where food served with sake use dishes with a deep bottom to contain the sauce used. Variations are found depending on the menu and the season.

The shino mukozuke was made by the kilns of Kato Koubei, founded in 1807 the family and studios have emulated and re-created Chinese ceramics, Kyoto Rinpa influenced piece, Tenmoku wares, etc. Though their careful studies of various wares, the family produced interesting objects unlike the piece produced in the Gifu region.

Age: 1970-1980

Size: Diameter: 4" height: 3.3"

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