Chawan – Tea Bowl 04

480.00

Chawan – or tea bowl is a bowl used for preparing and drinking tea. Clay body – fine white high-temperature stoneware from Germany. Glaze – titanium white with cobalt and iron oxide, fired to 1280˚C.

Signed and dated – Gaston CZ18.06.2019

Size – h. 60 mm x w. 126 mm  made in Prague, Czech Republic

Description

Chawan (茶碗; literally “tea bowl”) is a bowl used for preparing and drinking tea. This one-of-a-kind ceramic art piece is designed that of a Badarak style or Horse Bucket shape tea bowl. Created in Prague and is made from a fine white stoneware from Germany. Thrown on an electric wheel and then meticulously hand trimmed by the artist. High fired in an electric kiln to 1280 ºC. with a titanium glaze inside and out with brush splashes of cobalt blue, deep olive greens, and plums. An angel spirit is scribed on the inside lip.

Hand-signed  – Gaston CZ – 18.06.2019

Size – h. 60 mm x w. 126 mm  made in Prague, Czech Republic