Nobuhito Nakaoka Large Tanka Bowl with Urushi
Nobuhito started pottery as apprentice under Tadashi Nishihata in Tamba. He went to St. Vincent, small island in Caribbean, for 2 years to teach pottery. After returning to Japan, he opened his new kiln in Tamba. He makes art pieces including vase, matcha bowl, and also make everyday tablewares. His glazes blue and red are beautifully melts into base white glaze.
This is a large bowl which is fired as Tanka. He glazed with Urushi to have matte surface. Color of clay turned out to be magnificent. It can be used as serving bowl as well as decorative piece.
Size : 11.5 in x 4 in
Weight : 4.4 lb
Material : Ceramic
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Sizes and weights are approximate.
*They are handmade one of a kind piece, and each item has slightly different shape, size, and glaze. Pictures shown are taken with one sample piece.
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