Very mingei, and very scarce vintage Japanese pottery ware hardly seen today called Kozai ware in Kagawa prefecture. Showa period, 20th century.
Refined Japanese-persimmon color and rhythmical pattern called ‘tobikanna' (lit. ‘jumping iron') by chatter marking technique using springy metal tool (called ‘tobikanna'). And, such well-matched elegant bamboo handle.
In fine used condition as seen. No leak.
Total - approx. H 19.5cm (7.67in), 17 x 14cm (6.69 x 5.51in)
selected by hotoke antiques
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