Each of these two earthy Unpitsu, or brushstroke, bowls feature a single broad stroke in white upon a dark, faintly metallic background glaze - adding a grey tone to the finish. We think it evokes a scene of a potter mid exclamation - or perhaps something more akin to a comet and the mystery it brings - the interior texture of the bowls shows ribbing, spiralling towards the base - could it be a further message of sorts? A timely earthing after a period of activity? Or perhaps we've lost the plot completely... It doesn't matter - we dig it and you will too!
Cool to the touch, these handcrafted bowls come in two sizes and are priced individually as per below - but look great sitting together.
Approx.13.0 cm in diameter across the top
8.0 cm tall
Approx.11.0 cm in diameter across the top
7.0 cm tall
Handle carefully. Gentle Hand-washing recommended
**Price includes shipping in Australia - for OS please see international sales page
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