Antique Tokoname Jointed pot Heian-Kamakura/794-1333CE

It is a pot made by inheriting various pottery fragments of Kotokoname from the Heian to Kamakura period. The mouth is spliced from a sutra mound jar, and the body is spliced from a sutra cylinder. However, it has a strong earthy and firey flavor of medieval pottery, and its wildness invites flowers. Please enjoy it as a flower vase by arranging a bonsai pot or a drop.

w25 x d23 x h17 cm
Antique Japanese Ceramics | 16th-19th Century

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