Fe23: Japanese Tea Bowl Of Raku Ware By Famous Potter, Waraku Kawasaki


Fe23: Japanese Tea Bowl Of Raku Ware By Famous Potter, Waraku Kawasaki

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Fe23: Japanese Tea Bowl Of Raku Ware By Famous Potter, Waraku Kawasaki:
$25


FE23: Japanese Tea Bowl of Raku Ware by Famous potter, Waraku Kawasaki FE23: Japanese Tea Bowl of Raku Ware by Famous potter, Waraku Kawasaki

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We can ship WORLDWIDE !!!

The shipping cost discount for multiple purchases (In case of Registed SAL shipment) : 

2-5 items : 30% Discount
6-10 items : 35% Discount
11 and more items : 40% Discount

 

1) ITEM DESCRIPTION

Condition : As shown in the picture, it's very good condition. No chips, No cracks. 

Size : Dia. 4.7"(12.0cm) x Height 3.5"(9.0cm) Item Description :

This is a vintage Japanese tea bowl of RAKU ware, which was made by a famous potter, the 7th Kawasaki Waraku about 30 years ago. 

 He is the official successor of one of the most traditional Raku ware's kilns.

The seal of the potter is stamped on the bottom.


(About Raku ware)

The term of "Raku" was derived from the site where clay was dug in Kyoto in the late 16th century and is found in Kanji character meaning "enjoyment" or "ease." 

For 15 generations it has been the title and seal used by a lineage of potters whose work formed the central tradition in Japan. This lineage believes that 'Raku' refers to the potters who use the technique, not the technique itself.

In 16th century, the first of these potters, Chojiro is said to have come under the patronage of the Japanese tea master , Sen-No-Rikyu. 

According to legend, in 1598, the ruler, Hideyoshi Toyotomi, after Chojiro's death in 1592, bestowed upon his adopted son, Jokei, a golden seal with the written symbol "raku." 

Both the name and the ceramic style have been passed down through the family to the present. After the publication of a manual in the 18th century, raku ware was also made by numerous workshops in and around Kyoto: by amateur potter tea practitioners and by professional and amateur potters around Japan.

Raku ware marked an important point in the historical development of Japanese ceramics, as it is the first ware to use a seal mark and the first to focus on close collaboration between potter and patron. Other famous Japanese clay artists of this period include Donyu (1574-1656), Hon-Ami Koetsu (1556-1637) and Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743).

 



2) SHIPPING COST

a) USA, CANADA, MIDDLE EAST (Except Israel) , New Zealand

REGISTERED SAL US$11.8
EMS US$23.6

b) EUROPE ZONE 1 : UK, FRANCE and other countries except Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Romania, Hungary, Israel, Ireland 

REGISTERED SAL US$11.8
EMS US$26.0

c) EUROPE ZONE 2 : Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Romania, Hungary, Israel, Ireland 

​REGISTERED SAL Not available 
​REGISTERED STANDARD AIRMAIL US$13.7
EMS US$26.0

d) ASIA (Except Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam)

REGISTERED SAL US$9.6
EMS US$16.8 e) Australia 

REGISTERED SAL Not available 
​REGISTERED STANDARD AIRMAIL US$13.7
EMS US$23.6 f) Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam

​REGISTERED SAL Not available 
​REGISTERED STANDARD AIRMAIL US$11.8
EMS US$16.8 g) AFRICA, SOUTH AMERICA

REGISTERED SAL US$14.0
EMS US$30.8
 
  3) ABOUT SHIPPING METHODS  a) REGISTERED SAL

Estimated Delivery time About 3 - 4 weeks (Sometime more than 1 month)
Pakcet has a tracking nubmer
Insurence (Maximum 6000 JPY (about US$60) /packet  
  b) EMS 

Estimated Delivery time About 1 weeks
Pakcet has a tracking nubmer (On-line tracking information service)
Full insurence 
   

Registered SAL shipment servise is NOT AVAILABLE for parcels to Taiwan, South Korea, Germany, Australia, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Romania, Hungary, Vietnam and some other countries. 

In case the total weight is over 2kg, Economy SAL packets are divided into some parcels, due to the weight limitation of SAL, 2kg/packet.

International Buyers – Please Note: 

Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.

Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to offerding or buying.  



​4) PAYMENT  Only Paypal payment is accetable. If you'd like an other payment method, please contact me before winning a offer.

Thank you for looking and happy offerding !
 

 

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