Bounotsu Clay Bowl
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Kido-san hikes into the countryside of Kagoshima to dig the clay used to create this handcrafted bowl. To cement the connection to the land, Kido-san stamps into the back of the plate the latitude & longitude of where he harvests the clay. The firing method used by Kido-san for this piece yields a slight bluish hue to the off-white glaze and creates a random pattern of spots on the surface.
We love the shape of this bowl, which is both modern and traditional at the same time. It is great for eating rice or sipping miso soup.
- Size -- approximately 6 ¾ inches in diameter and 3.1 inches tall
- Recommended to wash by hand with mild soap and water
- Made in Japan
At his studio One Kiln Ceramics Kido-san creates handmade pottery that evokes the beauty of his native Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan.
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