• Image of A stoneware chawan
  • Image of A stoneware chawan
  • Image of A stoneware chawan
  • Image of A stoneware chawan
  • Image of A stoneware chawan

A very attractive, Japanese-style tea bowl or chawan with underglaze slip decoration. This quiet piece was thrown on the wheel and the undulating rim made deliberately, using a technique learned from Shozo Michikawa. The brushwork was done by hand using an iron oxide and manganese dioxide slip.

It is a very good weight and size for drinking from and the glazes are completely food safe.

The inner footring of the piece carries my personal symbol and "3/18" incised. I am now numbering all my teabowls in sequence, and this is no. 3, made in 2018.
The chawan measures approx. 4.25 inches in diameter and 3.75 inches in height.
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