Suzuyaki (珠洲焼) ceramic artwork has been produced around Suzu city, Ishikawa prefecture during 12-15 century. It has been disappeared about 400 years, however, in 1976, Suzu city revived Suzuyaki ceramic artwork. It is now became one of the most famous Japanese ceramic artwork.
- Name: Mutsumi Yamada: Suzuyaki Tea Set
- Japanese Name: 山田 睦美: 珠洲焼セット
- Contents: 1 tea pot, 2 cups, 2 saucers
- Volume: Kyusu: about 300 ml (10 fl oz) / Cup: about 130ml (4.4 fl oz)
- Width / diameter:
- Kyusu top opening: 5 cm (1.97 in), handle + body: 14 cm (5.51 in), spout + body: 12.5 cm (4.92 in)
- Cup: 8 cm (3.14 in)
- Saucer: 10 cm (3.94 in)
- Height: Kyusu: 11 cm (4.33 in) / Cup: 6.3 cm (2.48 in)
- Weight: Set total: 807 gram (28.5 oz) / Kyusu: 353 gram (12.45 oz) / Cup: 89 gram (3.14 oz), Saucer: 138 grams (4.87 oz)
- Note: Color may not be exactly as photographed.
*Measurements above are approximate
- Name: Mutsumi Yamada
- Location: Ishikawa Prefecture
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