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#53 Small dish (Mukozuke) Mid-Edo period (1688-1704)

#53 Small dish (Mukozuke) Mid-Edo period (1688-1704)

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Late 16th to early 17th century antique tableware, a valuable traditional Japanese craft from the Edo (Genroku) period, in good condition. Mukozuke is a small, deep bowl mainly used for serving side dishes in the traditional "Kaiseki" meal that precedes the drinking of ceremonial tea.

*Some signs of usage may be visible, but no cracks or other major damages.

*Differ from modern industrial products, design and shape may not be consistent.  Minor scratches and scuffs may be visible due to aging.

*Please understand that dust marks, glaze chips, kiln marks, etc. are not shown in the photo description.

Collected by Hideya

Born in 1985. As an art director, he continues to coordinate from exhibition spaces, floral design to event catering through his five senses based on the concept of "Revolution - Stable Beauty".   

Read more about his past exhibitions here.

Link to official website HIDEYA HOUSE


Note: Each piece is hand work by the artist, even the same piece will have a slightly different expression. 



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