This white matcha bowl is made with a technique called kohiki in which a base clay, is layered with white clay then a glaze as opposed to most cermaics which have glaze directly on the clay. This gives the piece its characteristic rustic warmth.
Meant to be aged - staining unique to your own use
The kohiki techniques also means that the glaze is not a perfect seal, and the bowl is made to be "aged". Liquid is allowed to seep into the base clay and it dries slowly creating stains. How you "age" this bowl will determine its nature and become personal to your own collection.
- Diameter: 12 cm, Height: 7 cm
- Material: Ceramic
- Note: Each piece is unique and the specific pattern will be slightly different from the photo.
- Tradition: Tokoname
- Manufacturer: Ishidou Ceramics
This product has been tested to be free of lead and cadmium contamination. Do not use in microwave or dishwasher. Hand wash to clean.
About the Kiln: Ishidou Ceramics
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