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Mini Maru Brown Vase


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This fun little vase was made in Sihga, Japan and fired in one of the eldest kilns in the country. With a playfully large handle and a matte green glaze, it looks great with a singular or small bunch of posies.

This style of pottery is made in Koka city, Shiga Prefecture. It is counted as one of Japan's six ancient shrines, and is said to have a long history of 1260. You can tell Shigaraki from their textured clay and rustic glazes. 

Hechimon say that their pottery resonates with the heart and body, packed with playfulness and the heart of an expert who values ​​inhomogeneity.


Width 9x Depth 5x Height 9cm

Comes with a handmade wooden box


Shiga, Japan

Shiga Prefecture (滋賀県, Shiga-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu. Lake Biwa, Japan's largest, is located at the centre of this prefecture. It occupies one-sixth of its area.

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