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Tetara Vase


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This little piece was made in the Shiga Prefecture and features two vases in one. The height differences make this both practical to use but also striking in appearance.


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.


15cm Tall

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