Mino Ware Ash Glazed Rolled Lip Small Dish


Ash glazed small dish fired at an old kiln in Mino. It has a brim and the particular “Oribuchi (rolled lip)”. A large unglazed part on the interior and the lower exterior is also widely exposed. This piece is inferred as the Ko-seto type glazed pottery, one of the exclusive glazed pottery of medieval times in Japan at the end of the Muromachi period. Still, it is also possible to be produced in the Minosue kiln, which started from the Heian period to the early Kamakura period, due to the clay taste and base treatment.
An attractive small dish with a quaint medieval taste that fits everyday life. The distortion during firing created the depth, and it can also be suitable for a sake cup.

It is an excavated piece, but it has less ageing and keeps a glossy glaze. There are no noticeable defects other than the chip on the rim and the base. Come with a box.

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