HAKUSAN Old Tokoname Clay Seaweed Sencha Small Kyusu Teapot H77
HAKUSAN Old Tokoname Clay Seaweed Sencha Teapot
The clay was taken from the ground near old Tokoname kiln ruins in a mountain , which is about several hundred ago.
The clay of this teapot is the same clay used in 12th century, according to the artist, Hakusan.
He dug clay from the ground of the site and process it into very fine clay.
Texture is very smooth, color of clay is so natural. This clay is not abundant, so it is valuable.
Shape is very elegant and simple. There are horizontal lines on the body, it is lines when forming the body on the Pottery Wheels. This natural lines makes the teapot tasteful.
Seaweed was wound around the teapot in firing. On teapot you see beautiful shining light brown seaweed lines. It is making teapot so attractive.
About Seaweed Teapot (MOGAKE teapot) article in our website
About Hakusan (article) in our website
Artist: Hakusan Katayama
Box: Wood box