Shigaraki (Shiga Prefecture), one of the Six Ancient Kilns (roku koyo), continues to this day as one of the great centers for stoneware. During the fifteenth century, tea masters began using Shigaraki pottery, which encompassed the spirit of wabi-sabi aesthetics. See Shiho Kanzaki. "The history of Shigaraki pottery". the-anagama.com. Retrieved 2014-11-02.
|Item Condition||Pre-owned. There are a few scrapes. Please see pictures.|
|Japanese Pottery Style||Shigaraki Stoneware|
|Pottery Kiln||Rakusai Kiln|
|Pottery Term||Japanese Wabi-Sabi Aesthetic|
|Original Box/Packaging||Not included.|
|Measure 1||Dimensions: 2" (height) x 7.25" (width) x 7.25" (length)|
|Total Weight||2 lb 2 oz|