Generally, ware of copper alloy with traces of silver, lead, or tin called ‘sahari’, originally used as Buddhist altar fittings in various places in Asia, then applied to be arranged as tea ceremony articles in Japan, which is quite its unique usage. Indeed ‘wabi’ view itself with fine traces of potter’s wheel, with metal restoration like thunder or ‘qilin’ (Chinese unicorn), and with beautiful patina like sky or clouds. approx. 16 x 2 cm (6.29 x 0.78 in)




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