Fujina Ware Green Glazed TeabowlSOLD OUT
A green glazed teabowl fired from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji era in Sanin region. It is commonly known as Botebote Chawan in the area and was used as a labor food for the ordinary people, which the bancha whipped with a chasen mixed with white rice, boiled beans, and pickles. This piece is probably crafted in one of the kilns of Fujina ware, and its quaint exposed base with a tasteful clay is attractive. The green glaze on the wall is partly flowing, creating a fantastic landscape that shines in a jade colour.
There are no noticeable defects other than the minor kiln chips on the base. Come with a box.
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