Yasuko Ozeki Pottery Bowl | Taisho Period

Shown are two, (2), bowls in a triangular shape finished with a shimmering silver lustre glaze on the inside surface and black glaze exterior. The bowl’s interior silver glaze will fade to a warmer tone over time but can be returned to it’s original condition by polishing, if preferred. The Japanese love to see the aging of the piece and will only wipe out the bowl after each use. Each has an incised stamp on the bottom representing the maker. Excellent condition. Dimension: 4-1/2″ w x 4-1/2″l x 2-1/2″h.

Additional Information —

Yasuko Ozeki is a Japanese potter who produces wheel-thrown tableware and vessels at her workshop in Seto City.

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