Mino Ware Iron Glazed Bottle


An iron-glazed sake bottle fired in Mino during the late Edo period. It was crafted in the esteemed Kujiri kiln, known for producing numerous tea pottery masterpieces. Characterized by a stable, sloped-shoulder shape, this bottle features a shiny iron glaze extending to the bottom’s sides. In contrast to the larger sake bottles typical of this kiln, this piece is perfectly sized for a sake bottle or a single flower vase. Originally a household item, it exudes charm, from its quaint foot bearing the kiln stamp to the glazed surface creating a halation effect.

The interior is clean with no dirt or odour. With a capacity of about 360ml, it exhibits no noticeable defects aside from kiln scratches, maintaining an excellent condition.

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