Nabeshima Yaki saucer
It is a penetrating green tea bowl made by Nabeshima Yaki's potter, Torasen pottery.
It is characterized by a penetration made by using the difference in shrinkage between clay and celadon glaze, and celadon gem is made of pure celadon gemstone that is produced only at Okawachiyama in Imari city.
The contrast between the matte base and the glossy glaze is beautiful, and the thickness of the glaze has a stacking function.
Sencha bowl of Nabeshima celadon with a refined beauty
Nabeshima celadon is one of the typical methods of Nabeshima ware. It has a refined appearance with a beautiful blue-green celadon glaze.
A clear blue-green color created from a rare natural celadon gemstone
Torasen Kiln is a family that has been in charge of making and painting celadon for over 300 years, and it is still known for its beauty. Supporting this beauty is a natural celadon gemstone, which is the only production source in Japan at Okawachiyama, Imari city, which has a kiln. Crush this rare gemstone finely and bake the glaze dissolved in water on white porcelain to reveal a clear celadon color.
Since it is made by hand, there are individual differences in color and shape.
Microwave and dishwasher can be used.
size ｜8.5 × 8.5 x h1cm
material ｜ Pottery
Made in Japan