Tamba Ware White Slip Jar with Streaking Iron Glaze Design


A Tamba ware jar fired from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period. This iron glaze stripe on the white slip is one of the representative designs of Tamba ware at that time. The mouth and interior are covered with iron glaze, and the base is unglazed. This type of jar originally had a lid and was widely used for storing food and condiments. The streaking glaze layered on tasteful skin that turned out to be pale orange by age, showing the rustic beauty in the appearance.

There are no noticeable flaws other than minor chips and partial ageing.

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