Japanese pottery tea bowl: Kyo-yaki

This vintage Japanese chawan (tea bowl) painted with gold bamboo was made approx 30-40 years ago.

The potter's seal is stamped on the bottom of the bowl and the original wooden box with the potter's signature is also included.

  • Size : Dia 10.5cm x Height approx 7cm

About Kyoyaki (Kyo ware )
Kyo yaki originated in Kyoto in the 17th century. Kyo ware refers to a broad range of styles that were created in the Kyoto region and is also also known as Kyoto ware. In the 17th century, Kyō ware and had a close relationship with Chado, tea ceremony. The use of China instead of earthenware became more popular and bright designs became common.


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