A typical Japanese chawan, light and refined at the same time, with its freehand country-style decoration and its glossy, slightly crackled glaze.
The art of mixing codes and adding a touch of fantasy, even to ceremonial objects, is a characteristic element of Japanese pottery.
Diameter: 12.5 cm
Height: 8 cm
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