PR530   A yunomi with Gwiyal and iron brushed pattern..

Originally a Korean technique known as  Gwiyal is the technique so admired by Japanese tea masters and came to be known in Japan as hakeme. Slip brushed on to the surface with a coarse brush usually made of rice straw with unconscious, unfettered freedom creating dynamic patterns. It was the total absence of ego and the unassuming and modest character they saw in the Korean rice bowls that the Japanese loved so much and rendered them perfectly suited to the spirit of the tea ceremony.

3.75 inches tall.


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