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Chawan , Japanese teabowl

This chawan was made from a mixture of natural clays. It was made using the kuri-nuki technique; formed by hand from a solid lump of clay then hollowed out. It was made in Italy.
The technique used is unique and is the result of 20 years of research, it is the union of the Japanese Raku and the metallic luster of the Italian Renaissance.
The working phases are:
Shape of form, first cooking (biscuit), second cooking (Maiolica), third cooking (reduction).
The materials used are: Semi-refractory clay, tin oxide, apiombic crystalline, copper oxide, cobalt oxide, silver nitrate.
The peculiarity of this technique is the casualty of decorum and the mother-of-pearl reflections that change with light.
Cups can be called 鉄 鉢 形, Wa-nari: Circle Shape Tea Bowls (抹茶 茶碗)

Signed Cup: Graziano Guiducci

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