Ofukei Ware Cyrindrical Teabowl with Kizeto Style Design


Ofukei ware 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 the foot bottom. It is said that Kizeto, the original Kizeto, which was inherited as half-cylindrical bowls, was made initially as Mukozuke, but this piece was probably made as a teabowl. It’s small and has a moderately rounded shape that fits comfortably in your hand.

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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