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Edo Period Tsutsu Chawan by Nin’ami Dohachi (Takahashi Dohachi II)

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Kami-cho 2-2-6, Ageo-shi
Saitama-ken, Japan 362-0037

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This very interesting tsutsu chawan (cylindrical tea bowl) was made by one of the most famous potters of the Edo period (1615-1868), Nin’ami Dohachi also known as the second Takahashi Dohachi (1783-1855).

Nin’ami Dohachi was a student of Okuda Eisen (1753-1811). His kiln was located in the Awadaguchi area of Kyoto. He also worked in Bizen.

This particular bowl is made in the style of Korai chawan made in Korea in the 16th century and popular among tea masters of that period. The bowls of that era are still considered among the most supreme, in the world of the Japanese tea ceremony.

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The chawan is in very good condition; please refer to pictures for details. The bowl will be shipped in a later made, antique fitted wooden box.

Dimensions: 9.5 x 10.5 cm (3.8 x 4.2 in)

Worldwide shipping: EMS $41 (with insurance and tracking)

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