Kuroraku Tea Bowl Kamuro Utsushi
|Size||width 10cm 4", height 8.5cm 3 1/2"|
Item description : Utsushi (a replica) of valuable Kuroraku tea bowl "Kamuro" which was made by Chojiro and Rikyu kept it near him as one of his favorite tea bowls and taken over by Fushinan, Omote-senke tea room in Kyoto. Kamuro means "a kid" as well and this is called "Kamuro" because Rikyu loved the tea bowl like his own child. The original item has been maintained in the Raku-museum in Kyoto Raku
Name of potter : Mr Kiichi Nishimura (Ichiraku) who is one of famous Rakuyaki potter. He owns "Hoen-kama kiln in Kyoto.
Age : 2000's
Condition : Excellent in mint
|Express to United States||$49.00|
|Standard to United States||$16.00|
|Express to Europe||$41.60|
|Standard to Europe||$16.00|
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