Yunomi ディル "dill" Tobikanna (small, 5oz)
- In stock: #1
- History: The yunomi is made for daily (or informal) tea drinking. They are taller than wide, basically found in a tsutsugata (simple cylindrical shape) with a trimmed or turned foot (yunomi are the origin of the western tea cups. The West put handles on its side.
- The side is decorated with a Tobikanna, a jumping kanna in Japanese, which is a chattering tool. It is also the n the me 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.
- Clay: "Stoneware" (which keeps your tea warm)
- Holds 5-6 oz