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Japanese ceramic Oribe tea bowl chawan

Origin Japan
Period 19th Century
Materials ceramic
Dimensions
H. 3.75 in; Diam. 4.75 in;
H. 9.53 cm; Diam. 12.07 cm;
Condition Good. no damage
Creation Date late 19th to early 20th century
Description A Japanese ceramic tea bowl known as chawan potted in the E-Oribe (painted Oribe). Oribe is a sub type of high-fired Mino wares produced in the Seto and Mino areas of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. Mino ware was originated in the late 16th century of Edo period as Japan's first high-fired white-glazed pottery on which iron-oxide brush markings were used for surface decoration, a departure from previous techniques of carving, incision or applique. This Oribe chawan features brushed iron decoration under the glaze, both grasses and hanging fruit perhaps pomegranate. It has an overall light brown glaze with green glaze dipping edges and small cracklings throughout the surface. This chawan was dated to the turn of the century, late Meiji period, a great decorative piece.
Styles / Movements Asian, Bespoke, Traditional
Incollect Reference Number 365001
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