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chawan by Akira Satake

Akira Satake’s handbuilt and wheel thrown work represents the finest Japanese traditions in clay. His work can be seen at MudFire Gallery in Atlanta, Decatur, GA

tea bowl, hikidashi Chawan. Hikidashi which means “to open drawer and remove” originates from the 16 th century Japanese Mino wood kilns. Tea bowls were placed near the spy holes and pulled out at the height of the firing to gauge if the kiln had reached mature temperature. http://www.unm.edu/~ceschiat/hikidashi.htm

Home Decor Objects Ideas & Inspiration : Hikidashi Chawan

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Akira Satake Ceramics chawan Akira Satake (佐竹晃)was born in Osaka, Japan and has been living in the U.

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Yunomi (tea cup) - Natural wood ash, Woodfired * Natural wood ash: pottery surface is left unglazed and takes on color and markings during the firing from the melted wood ash x x 3 inches Shipping and Policy

chawan with hikidashi technique by Akira Satake

akira satake ceramics Chawan (tea ceremony bowl) - Hikidashi technique 5 x 5 x inches This chawan will come with tomobako.

hikidashi chawan by akira satake

Chawan (tea ceremony bowl) - Hikidashi technique x x inches This chawan will come with tomobako.

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