Fine Japanese art and tea implements

A Patterned Bowl from the Shinragi Kiln

A Patterned Bowl from the Shinragi Kiln

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Directory: Artists: Ceramics: Porcelain: Contemporary: Item # 1439980

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Kyoto, Japan

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Being based in Kyoto we occasionally come across fine Chinese and Korean tea-ware to mix in with our Japanese offerings. Here we have an example of a ceremonial tea bowl from the Shinragi kiln in Korea. Pieces like the one seen here are baked in a traditional wood-fired “climbing kiln” at a temperature of over 1,300 degrees for 5 days. Fashioned after classical works held in museum collections, the motifs are timeless and captivating.

In excellent condition, this piece is 5.5 inches in diameter (14 cm) and stands 2.8 inches tall (7.1 cm). It comes with a box signed and sealed by the kiln.