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Two rustic, stoneware bowls, one for sake and the other for tea. They were hand thrown on the potter's wheel, dipped in white slip when leather hard, and coated with a transparent glaze after the bisque firing. Fired to over 1220 degrees centigrade, the glaze is perfectly food safe.
The design was inspired by the Korean Bunchong tradition of pottery, where a dark body clay is allowed to show through the thin white slip, creating interesting variations in colour and depth.
The sake cup measures approx. 3.25 ins wide across the mouth, and the teabowl approx 4 inches.. Heights are approx. 2.5 inches and 2 inches respectively. The tea bowl weighs approx 221g and the sake cup 147g.
Both pieces carry Mark Smalley's personal symbol impressed to the underside.
Traditional, Korean ceramics
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