Shino Chawan with signed box

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Shino Chawan with signed box

465.00

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A shino chawan, thrown with a Shigaraki clay body, covered with a yellow iron slip, bisque fired a second time and finally coated with a thick feldspathic shine glaze, poured and dipped over.

It comes with a handmade signed box, the only one from this era I’ll ever sell. I came back with three boxed chawans, the other two I’m keeping for my own collection. It’s one of my absolute favourite pieces and this will likely be the only time I ever sell a boxed up piece like this.

Ken Matsuzaki guided me through making these, especially the glazing. He sat and asked what I wanted to do to each and suggested what he’d do and more importantly why.

Fired for six long days and nights with Doi and myself with it constantly. Three days were spent in a very strong reduction before slowly letting it cooled in a very controlled manner in oxidisation.

Food and dishwasher safe, although carefully hand washing is the safest solution.

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