Kobiki Karatsu Sake Cup by Munehiko Maruta


Kobiki Karatsu Sake Cup by Munehiko Maruta

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Dimensions: Diameter 8.3cm
Height 3.9cm
Box: Same box

This is a beautiful piece with a beautiful contrast between the white of the cosmetic clay and the clay body.
The mouth is wide like a sake cup, allowing you to gently enjoy the aroma of the sake.

[Ceramics history]
Born in 1961 as the second son of Karatsu potter Masami Maruta.
1980: Studied under Atsuya Hamada (third son of Shoji Hamada)
1984: Returned to Kuromuta (Takeo City, Saga Prefecture) and began making pottery
1987: Opened Uchida Saraya Kiln (climbing kiln)
2000 Sarayagawa Climbing Kiln (Citrine Kiln)
2002: Appeared on NHK BS "Utsuwa Yume Kobo"
2003: Appeared on the NHK BS special "Utsuwa Yume Kobo"
2008: Exhibited at Nomura Museum of Art's "Challenge to Goryeo Tea Bowls"
2018: Exhibited at the Kyushu Ceramic Museum "Things Enchanted by Old Karatsu"

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