Aesthetically wild Japanese art object made as a storage jar for grain or seed originally, but naturally cracked through the process of kiln-firing.
Form of Tokoname ware in Muromachi period, but clay of Shigaraki ware,
and unidentified its certain age because of its natural glaze coated intentionally in the later years like late Edo period as an antique re-creation ('utsushi') of earlier piece as possibly. Aged lacquer-restoration at inside bottom, so highly recommended to use inner container for the practical use of flower arrangement. (Attached with tin inner container) Enjoy its unique landscape and itself as is.
approx. H 16.5cm (6.49in), W 13cm (5.11in), D 12.5cm (4.92in)
selected by misakadou
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