Tamba Ware “Shiro-Tamba” White Slip VaseSOLD OUT
A Buddhist vase of Shiro-Tamba fired at the end of the Edo period. It has a tray-shaped mouth with two ears decoration on the neck, and a rich transparent glaze on white slip creates a soft impression. This type of vase, which originated in Chinese bronze ware, were widely used in China and Japan as the Buddhist vase until the early modern period. The tasteful creemy skin with good ageing enhances the charm of the wildflowers thrown in.
There are no noticeable defects other than a short hairline on the mouth, and there is no water leakage. Come with a box.
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