Hajiki Crucible earthenware Kofun/250-581CE

Hajiki is a general term for reddish-brown unglazed earthenware made from the Kofun period to the Heian period.
Vessels come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and include those for stockpiling water and grains, those for cooking food, and those for ritual offerings.

This product is a wide-mouthed pot type, unglazed Hajiki crucible earthenware called Izumi style in the Kanto region. It was used for festivals.

An appearance that invites flowers.
Comes with a drop. How about as a flower vase?

w14.5 x d14.5 x h13cm
Antique Japanese Ceramics | 3rd-12th Century

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