Kiseto Mukozuke

Artist: Fumihiro Tamura
5,000 yen ($46.05 USD)
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Kiseto Glaze Mukozuke (serving vessel).
The mukozuke, which are small vessels for serving food, is made in a shape in size that can also function as a cup.

Potter Fumihiro Tamura, based in his hometown of Okazaki city in Aichi prefecture, has been producing functional tableware since completing his training in 2004. He cites both the pottery traditions of South East Asia as well the Kozeto pottery produced in the Aichi region during the middle ages as strong influences on his ceramics. Much of his pottery is wood-fired in a Makigama.

Potter Fumihiro Tamura, based in his hometown of Okazaki city in Aichi prefecture, has been producing functional tableware since completing his training in 2004. He cites both the pottery traditions of South East Asia as well the Kozeto pottery produced in the Aichi region during the middle ages as strong influences on his ceramics. Much of his pottery is wood-fired in a Makigama.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Dimensions: Dia 8cm x H 7cm
  • Weight: 159g
  • Product No: FT-600-19
  • Made in Japan

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