PR412 . Chawan with Hakeme.

Hakeme, or probably how it should be called Guiyal, is the use of white slip and a coarse brush to create spontaneous patterns with great movement on the surface of the clay.Originally a Korean technique hence the KoreanĀ  name Guiyal, it was adopted by the Japanese and called Hakeme because of their love of the Korean rice bowls of the 15th and 16th centuries and their subsequent use as Chawan in the tea ceremony.

6 inches across.

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