Tea pot jimon | Yoshiko Kasahara
Beautiful flower pattern It is a elegant tea pot (chako) where
the flower pattern is expressed carefully. (*Teapots in Japan are called tea pots in China.) It is wearing a white glaze that feels a warmth that can not be said
anything, and is slightly greened. In a calm color that seems to be mixed with gray with a semi-matte luster, a blacks out like a small sesame-sprinkled blacks and dots adds flavor. The inside is glossy brown.
It is comfortable to fit
in the hand It feels good and has a smooth texture. Every detail such as the opening, handle, and picking part is carefully made. The delicate and beautiful shape of the hand also fits well and is easy to pour.
A rich time with delicious tea Delicious Chinese tea is exceptional when brewed with
your favorite tea pot (chako). It is also good to spend a wonderful time slowly while enjoying the taste and aroma of Chinese tea. Originally, it is a Chinese tea that you can have many cups with a small cup, but it is just the amount of one roast, so it seems to be good for a blissful time when you want to enjoy tea slowly by yourself. Feel free to use it and try various things.
For handmade purposes, each color, shape, size, thickness, etc. are slightly different, and there are individual differences. Pinholes, etc. may be seen, and the way the pattern enters and the color may be different. It is recommended for those who want to enjoy the warm texture unique to handmade that shows a different expression one by one.
◆◆ Ryoko Kasahara and other detailed information here ◆◆ Product details Japanese material Pottery size about 6cm (maximum width about
Height about 8cm
Weight about 189g
|Electronics Microwave Oven : Portable Dishwasher : Yes Oven : No Open Fire : Yoshiko Kasahara Born in||
1998 Nihon University Faculty of Art Department of Fine Arts Graduation 2000 Tochigi Prefectural Ceramics Guidance Center Training Department Mashiko Study under the late Tatsuzo
|Konosu City, Saitama Prefecture|
|Shimaoka 2006 Built in Motegi||Town, Tochigi|
|Prefecture, independent 2014||Moved to Kai-cho, Tochigi Prefecture|
|Each place solo exhibition Teacher and younger brother exhibition Group exhibition Recommended care method from Ryoko Kasahara 〇 Please avoid|
long-term putting after use and dry well.