Mino Ware Ash Glazed Small Dish


A small dish fired in Mino from the end of the Muromachi to the Azuchi-Momoyama period is an example predating Kiseto. Its yellowish glaze color is a result of high-fire firing in a large kiln. The body of the plate is slightly deep, and displaying ring marks left on the base. While many of these types have been excavated from the Ohira kiln and Naka kiln, it’s quite rare to find one in its original condition, as seen with this particular piece.

There are noticeable traces indicating joint scraping on the rim. Additionally, there is a hairline on the rim, with approximately half of the gold having peeled off.

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