Carbonized octagonal "Mizusashi" (a fresh water container for tea ceremonies) Carbonized octagonal "Mizusashi" (a fresh water container for tea ceremonies) Carbonized octagonal "Mizusashi" (a fresh water container for tea ceremonies) Carbonized octagonal "Mizusashi" (a fresh water container for tea ceremonies) Carbonized octagonal "Mizusashi" (a fresh water container for tea ceremonies)

Carbonized octagonal "Mizusashi" (a fresh water container for tea ceremonies)

H 18.5cm x W 18.5cm x D 14cm

USD 1,364.00

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  • Style

    Ceramic, Lacquer

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    none

  • Edition

    Original Artworks

This "Mizusashi" is the water pot used for Japanese tea ceremony.
A tool to storage the water waiting for a ladle to convey the water into the pot.
Katsuki imagined a new shape of "Mizusashi" with the traditional spilit. The octagonal shape with flowing soft curves. The top part of base is coated with pine tree glaze to add soft anf fine yellow green. When it is fired in the kiln, charcoal is placed next to this pot to make it carbonized for its austere clay taste like "ZEN" spilit. The lid is coated with Japanese lacquer. You can enjoy this pot as an interior ornament and also as a flower vase.

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