Ko-Seto Ash Glaze Small Pot Muromachi/1336-1573CE


In Seto, small jars with ash or iron glaze are called kotsubo or mametsubo, depending on their size. These small jars are in line with the emergence of tenmoku tea bowls, and they are all thin, exquisite works that are understood to be the first examples of tea containers.

This product is a small ash glaze pot with a slightly special shape. It seems that the time over several centuries has exposed the essence of things.
call flowers.

w6 x d6 x h5cm

1 piece in stock.

Antique Japanese Ceramics | 12th-16th Century

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