Karatsu Ware Kishidake-Saraya Kiln Kawakujira DishSOLD OUT
A Kogaratsu Mukozuke dish fired in the Kishidake-Saraya kiln during the Azuchi-Momoyama period. The spur mark scrapped off the glaze in a square is characteristic of this kiln. The surface is losing its lustre, but it has a superior clay taste, similar to the famous Kishidake-Hobashira kiln. The Kawakujiraーiron glazed wavy rim is appealing.
There are repaired with Kintasugi and Gintsugi on the rim, and the surface is entirely aged. Other than that, there are no noticeable defects. It is sufficient for practical use.
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