Tetsu-yu Chawan by Master Ceramist Ikai Yuichi
Unique Piece | Handcrafted in Kyoto, Japan
Chawan As an Art Piece
This Chawan is an exemplary iron glaze Tetsu-yu and ash-glazed work by one of the representative artists of Kyoto ware, Ikai Yuichi. Highly praised by major galleries across Japan, Ikai established the Kihei-gama wood-fired kiln in 1984 after studying under the Living National Treasure Shimizu Uichi (1926-2004) and Shimizu Yasutaka. In 2007 he established his own noborigama climbing kiln up of the mountain in Kyoto.
Size: Ø12x12xH8 cm
with original wood box titled, signed and sealed by Ikai
Handcrafted in Kyoto, Japan
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