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“Mino no Takumi” Black Tokkuri With Luster Glaze

Gifu prefecture

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Deep, dark, divine

“Mino no Takumi” is a striking series produced in Tajimi City, a place renowned for its Mino pottery. This iridescent serving vessel has a mysterious glow that attracts the gaze and the mind. Its lustrous glaze shifts to different expressions depending on the angle, giving it a life of its own at the table. When not being used to serve sake, this piece can be displayed as a striking centerpiece.

Specifications

Capacity 10.2 fl oz
Width 3.1 in
Height 5.1 in
Weight 7.7 oz
Material Ceramic
Microwave safe No
Dishwasher safe No

Region

“Mino no Takumi” Black Tokkuri With Luster Glaze - Gifu prefecture

“Mino no Takumi” Black Tokkuri With Luster Glaze is made in Gifu prefecture in the Chubu region.

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