Seto Ware Ofukei Glazed Cyrindrical Teabowl with Kizeto Style Design


An Ofukei glazed teabowl fired in Seto from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji era. It is a Kizeto style design with green glaze spots and full glazing except for the foot bottom. It is said that the authentic Kizeto cylindrical teabowls were made initially as Mukozuke, but this piece was probably made as a teabowl. It’s moderate size and has a gently rounded shape that fits comfortably in the hands.

It has a tasteful glaze tone. There are four tiny repairs on the rim and three chips on the foot. Come with a box.

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