Kuroraku Tea Bowl A Koetsu-Utsushi Called Kuichigai
|Size||width 12cm 4 3/4", height 7.5cm 3"|
Item description : Unique shape of Kuroraku tea bowl which is a Koetsu-Utsushi (a replica of a tea bowl originally made by Honnami Koetsu (1558-1637) who was a great artist in Edo period), called Kuichigai (means not smooth). As you see in the pictures, there is an elevated spots on the surface that was accidentally made by Koestu when he was creating the tea bowl at that time.
Name of potter : Mr.Shoraku Sasaki 3rd who is the most famous Rakuyaki potter lives in Kyoto.
Age : 1990's
Condition : Excellent in mint
|Express to United States||$40.20|
|Standard to United States||$23.40|
|Express to Europe||$44.10|
|Standard to Europe||$23.40|
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