The conical form and prominent foot of Tsujimura’s tea bowl is typical of Ido style bowls, one of Japanese tea culture’s most traditional forms. Tsujimura’s white, semi-translucent glaze gives the underlying clay a warm, reddish-brown hue. As the bowl cooled, the glaze contracted to form crazed patterns across the walls. Around the bowl, a naturally occurring line of white crazed glaze undulates like a frothy wave.
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