Kamakura Period Ceramic Tea Bowl, 1185-1333CE

This is a Kamakura period tea bowl made of "gaki," a type of earthenware primarily found in the Kinki region of Japan. Gaki ware is known for its high-quality clay and unique firing process, which involves carbonization through smoking. The surface of the bowl is black, while the body has a grayish-white color, and both the inner and outer surfaces are polished. It exudes a strong sense of medieval kiln atmosphere and possesses a magnificent presence. The condition is excellent.
w14.7 x d14.7 x h5 cm
Kamakura period/1185-1333CE

1 piece in stock.

Ceramics_Japan | Middle Ages|12th-16th century

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