Guinomi are a prized art in Japanese culture, and Tetsuya Kowari’s sake cups are no exception.
Sensual curves meet unexpected angels in a harmonious fusion of freedom and control, while glassy surfaces give way to moments of exposed clay.
Each cup is an embodiment of the marriage between fire, clay and glaze, a true emblem of ceramic mastery and tradition.
Nb. these are hand made pieces and measurements are approximate.
Made in Japan.
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Tetsuya Kowari produces extraordinary vessels that seem almost too sculptural to use but are in fact are all highly functional. These are pieces designed for daily use, or simply for daily contemplation of their incredible aesthetic.
Kowari creates his pieces in a wood fired anagama kiln in Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture, and the DEA Store is the official stockist of Tetsuya Kowari work in Australia.
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