This japanese tea caddy is entirely clad in cherry wood, one of japan's emblematic trees.
Kyusu de Sekiryu
A small-volume kyusu teapot, the work of the ceramist Sekiryu, whose original seductive design invites us to use the Senchado technique.
Sekiryu has been specialising in tea ware for over 40 years in Tokoname his native town.
Tokoname is the largest and oldest ceramic industry in Japan. All styles are represented, from industrial ceramics to the creations of renowned artists.
Opening diameter: 9.5 cm
Height: 4.5 cm
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