‘Yingqing’ (bluish white) porcelain bowl as an ‘utsushi’ (re-creation) piece of Raku chawan named ‘Seppo’ (lit. Snowy summit) by ‘Koetsu Honami’ (1558-1637).
Another ‘wabi’ highlight of bluish white backlight filtering subtly through the deliberate cracks of such porcelain texture which were once intentionally broken then perfectly restored by his sophisticated technique. No leak.
Please enjoy the quality (specially, of its texture) of his handmade chawan of white porcelain, and also its utility luxury for advanced everyday use besides special occasions.
approx. 12cm in Diameter, 8.5cm in Height
Price on Request
His works are basically well-fired at the high temperature of 1320 degrees, and has the character similar to glass as solid, but not good at quickly heating and cooling. Please avoid pouring hot water in cold temperature without stopping and also avoid to use cooking stove for long time.