Ryukyu Kingdom Tsuboya Ware White Slip Teabowl


A bowl fired at Tsuboya at the end of the Ryukyu Kingdom. The curvy shape with opened mouth moulded with reddish-brown clay and a graceful transparent glaze is applied to the entire body covered with white slip. Tsuboya ware, which started in the 17th century by integrating kilns from various regions in the island, has the character of a private kiln while being under the jurisdiction of the royal government, and the miscellaneous items comparable to the royal court supplies were produced. This piece also has an elegant tone and shape that craftmanship of royal ware with enamels into a plain design.

There may be minor hairline lost into crackle glaze, but there are no noticeable defects. Come with a storage box.

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