Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)

$266.00

Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)
Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)
Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)
Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)
Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)
Muko-zuke dishes with four corners and cobalt glaze, Old Imari ware (Set of two dishes)
  • Region/Era The middle to late Edo period
  • Size H6.8×W9.5×D9.4㎝
  • Condition Good antique condition.
  • Accessory None
  • No. 39nk-90~94

Price shown is for a set of two.

The technique of making "irisumi" (a corner) originated in Momoyama period (1573-1600) tea ceremony ceramics, in which a wheel-thrown base is covered to form a shape.

The corner of this work has a soft curve like a flower petal, giving it a lovely impression.The lapis lazuli glaze is applied all the way to the inside of the bottom, giving it a plump appearance with a sense of depth. The basis material white body accents the entire piece.

It is an easy-to-use everyday dish that gives you the pleasure of thinking about what dishes you would like to pair with it today.

To pick up and see the actual item in the gallery.

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