Porcelain Tokkuri With Black and Silver Urushi Lacquer
Made in Japan
A starry night’s sky
A fusion of porcelain and the traditional Japanese lacquer technique. Each piece uses a lacquer usually applied on wood to give the porcelain a shine unachievable otherwise. The lustrous effect calls back to the Heian period (794-1185) when this style was popularized. The subtle silver spray looks like stars spotting a cool midnight sky, and sets a tone of wonder and refinement welcome at any table.
|Capacity||13.6 fl oz|
|Material||Porcelain with urushi lacquer|
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