Hagi kairagi kyusu teapot


Hagi kairagi kyusu teapot


Hagi kairagi kyusu teapot


Hagi kairagi kyusu teapot


Hagi kairagi kyusu teapot


Hagi kairagi kyusu teapot


The teapot you receive may differ slightly in appearance to the one shown in the main photo. This is because each piece is individually hand made and the same glaze pattern can never be exactly reproduced.

 

Kairagi kyusu teapot by Mukuhara Kashun

A thickly glazed teapot with a big handle.
The name "kairagi" comes from the fact that the pattern made by the glaze was thought to resemble the sharkskin used for the handles of Samurai swords.

Handcrafted in Hagi, Japan by Mukuhara Kashun of Furuhata kiln

Width. (the body + handle): Approx. 15.5-15.7 cm (6.1")
Height: approx. 9.8-10cm (3.8-3.9")
Vol. approx. 330-340 ml (11.1-11.4 oz) (No wooden box)

US$80.00

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