Japanese Ceramics/ Oribe Water Container by the Famous Kageto Kato /Tea Ceremony

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Seller: artasia (87) 100%, Location: Toronto, Ontario, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 283153347098 Welcome to our page! This is a bidding/sale on Oribe-style Water Container by the famous Kageto Kato Condition: Used Details: Oribe ware (織部焼, Oribe-yaki) is a type of Mino ware, which is traditionally made in Tajimi, Japan. It was developed and named after Lord Furuta Oribe (1544–1615), who introduced vivid patterns and colours (especially green copper glaze) to a somber tradition. Oribe ware, invented in Japan in 1605, introduced vivid patterns and colours to previously somber, monochromatic ceramics tradition. Oribe ware vessels were used primarily for serving food and drinking tea. The glossy black or brilliant green glazes and varied patterns made them a shimmering addition to 17th-century dining trays and tearooms. Oribe employed a major technological advance in ceramics, the Motoyashiki multi-chamber climbing kiln. This new technology allowed potters to melt glazes to dazzling translucency and made the dramatic new appearance possible. Normal 0 false false false EN-US ZH-CN X-NONE

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