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This rich and substantial pot is by Mashiko potter Hyuga Munetoshi, a one time student of the Hamada kiln (?). Glazed in an exceedingly rich tessha/kaki iron glaze the pot has wax resisted decoration of flowers on either side of the pot. Intended for use as both a tsubo and mizusashi, this pot is a great example of modern Mingei influenced Mashiko pottery. The glaze is far more complex and rich than the photos convey and will not disappoint in person. This pot also comes with a custom made black lacquer lid. In person, this pot bears a remarkable resemblance to Hamada Shoji.
This pot measures 8.75" x 8" is made of stoneware with glazes, this pot is in perfect condition with signed box.