Kenzan Cylindrical Bowl（9th Hanshichi Shirai / 5 Pieces）
It is the kenzan cylindrical bowl decorated with gosu and iron glaze. It creates an elegant atmosphere that kiccho likes, and you can feel the warmth that is unique to hand made, with each one having a different expression. It can also be useful as a teacup.
- Product Code
- 9th Hanshichi Shirai
- About 193g（1 Piece）
- About 7.6cm
- About 9.2cm
- Wooden Box with Artist's Sign（Slightly Soiled）
- Perfect Condition
It is in good condition.
9th Hanshichi Shirai 1928-1987
The 9th Hanshichi Shirai inherited the style of his father, the 8th Hanshichi Shirai, and specialized in kenzan ware. In 1980, opened the kiln in Ohara, Sanda city, Hyogo prefecture. Together with his father, he had a close relationship with Teiichi Yuki, the founder of the japanese style restaurant “Kiccho”, and left behind many kitchoko works such as banquet utensils and teacups.