Hagi Ware Fukawa Kiln Straw Ash Glazed Small Jar


A small jar fired in the Fukawa kiln, Hagi, in the middle to late Edo period. Using white clay, applied straw ash glaze inside and outside. The two-point of appliqué design is decorated on the shoulder, and below the waist is a clay exposed. The Fukawa kiln was opened in the middle of the 17th century by potters from the Hagi’s official kiln of Matsumoto kiln. Unlike the Matsumoto kiln, which was under the direct control of the domain, it had characteristics of both official and private kiln. This piece is thought to have been baked as a tea utensil, and the highlight is the wondrous glaze flowing that is rich in taste.

There are no noticeable defects other than the kiln defects and the old kintsugi repair on the rim. Come with a box.

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