In the world of Japanese traditional ceramics, there is not one form held in higher esteem than a chawan – a “mere” bowl used to serve whipped green tea. The best and most valuable bowls are thrown by hand, just like this one. Irregularities and imperfections are prized and are often featured prominently as the “front” of the bowl. Each of these bowls is unique in itself and expresses the individuality of the maker’s hand. Distinctive variations of ash glaze give these designs an idiosyncratic beauty of their own.
Made Of stoneware clay
Made In Czech Republic
Measures approx. 4 – 4.5” diameter, 2.5″ hight