Celadon japanese with traditional Tobikanna
- In stock: #1
- Sides are decorated with a Tobikanna, a jumping kanna in Japanese, which is a chattering tool. It is also the name of pattern created by the tool. Potters usually apply a slip (liquidized clay) over greenware (early process stage) and then use a tobikanna to carve the top layer so the clay underneath shows up. However Kilian has rub glaze into the chattered marks to revel the Tobikanna.
- Hand crafted and hand stamped with out signature Kilianware backstamp
- Measurements: 7 & 1/3" tall and 4" wide (mouth)