Limited

SHIKOH YU - Mug (handcrafted: 200ml)

This is limited edition only available in autumn and winter season.

Handcrafted Mug: 200ml (7.03fl oz), diameter: 3.54inches (9cm) height: 3.34inches (8.5cm)
Sophisticated Kyo-Yaki (Kyoto Style)
Made by Ichiro Asai at Hiuchigan Kiln

This mug is coated with dynamic and charming colors of glaze. Crimson color glaze is decorated inside and outside the mug, over which the white color glaze casually flows. The combination between the two colors of glazing and the attractive and functional form creates a noble and graceful aura.

SHIKOH means purple and red color, and YU means glaze in Japanese. Graceful and noble glaze color covers the mug. White color glaze is also used inside and outside the mug, and its casual flow creates a profound atmosphere.

Entire side of the mug is elaborately scraped away, and the scraped lines create shades of glazing colors. Adding to that, the white color glaze outside the cup flows along the curved line. The effect of the curved design not only adds an accent to the shape of the mug but also creates the strong and light colors of the glazing pattern.
A vine is twined around the mug handle, and its shape accents the cup. The expression of botanical atmosphere by pottery is very interesting, and takes more time and effort.

As above, unique glaze and attractive and functional form creates the noble and elegant atmosphere. It is also possible to use this mug not only for green tea but also for serving smoothies, coffee and so on. It completely depends on you, how much this multi-cup can broaden your green moment—you are limited only by your imagination!

Specially packaged in a carton box.
Lead-free. Made in Japan.
Free shipping on all tea ware items!
(Please note that white glaze pattern is a little different in each work because of the features of the glaze.)

Price

US$58.00

Quantity

FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING on all orders of US$36.00 or more.

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Ichiro Asai

Ichiro Asai was born in Kyoto in 1955. He worked and learned Kyo-Yaki style under Tanzan Kotouge, especially his traditional method of making pottery. He also received guidance of glazing technique in Kyoto. He opened his own kiln in 1983, and creates his unique teaware items based on his knowledge, techniques, and experiences which he cultivated. His prominent technique can be seen from the use of various kinds of ash glazes, and his own unique atmosphere of handcraft-shaping creates a sense of warmth in his teaware items.

Directions

- It is best to wash this item using only tepid water or mild chlorine-free dish washing detergent.
- If necessary, you may occasionally use a chlorine detergent.
- Do not sterilize by boiling, or in a dish washing machine.

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