Hotarude Katakuchi With Mica Gold Rim
Made in China and Japan
A bountiful sea
This “katakuchi,” a serving vessel with a spout is made using a firing technique known as “hotarude,” in which the small holes forming the wave pattern in the ceramic are filled with transparent glaze. This one has mica gold silicate minerals painted on the rim. When filled with sake, this katakuchi seems like an ocean, the golden rim rays of sunshine over a calm sea. Delightful down to the smallest detail.
|Capacity||7.1 fl oz|
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