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Bizen-Yaki (Okayama) Nobuyoshi Shibaoka Pottery Sake cup 6BIZ0104
An impressive sake cup with Hidasuki (or fire-cord) decoration in reddish stripes, one of typical Yohen (or happy accidents) ! !
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** Bizen-Yaki (Okayama) is Traditional Craft Products designated by the Japanese Government.
Locted at Okayama Prefecture. Originated in the 17th century. Natural art by “Kiln changes”, or “Happy Accidents” is outstanding features of Bizen-Yaki. During firing, unexpected changes of color and appearance on the body happen, resulted in “no two pieces same”. Bizen-Yaki is one of the Old Six Kilns. Approx. 189 potteries engage in pottery production.
|Item Name||Bizen-Yaki (Okayama) Nobuyoshi Shibaoka Pottery Sake cup 6BIZ0104|
|Piece Price ||115.00 USD|
|Material & Spec||Pottery|
|Size(LxWxH)& Weight||58 x 58 x 52 mm & 100 gr (2.2 x 2.2 x 2 in & 3.52 oz)|
|Box & Wrapping||Potter's wooden box, wrapped in "Washi" or Japanese hand-made paper|
|Country of Origin||Hand-made in Japan|