Japanese Haku’an teabowl
Price: € 400,00
Hand-formed Japanese Haku’an teabowl inscribed with a text by a Zen master and covered with a light-brown glaze with a brocade cover in a box.
The inside the lid of the box has an authentication by a tea master. Haku’an was originally a Seto-type kiln active around the start of the Tokugawa Period and named after tea bowls in possession of Soya Hakuan (1569-1630), a medical doctor of the Tokugawa.
Only about ten tea bowls are regarded as genuine Hakuan tea bowls.
Bakumatsu – early Meiji Period.
Size; H. : 6 cm; D. : approx. 13 cm.
Shipping and handling not included.