Asian ceramics

  • Big porcelain gaiwan

    PLN48.00

    PORCELAIN GAIWAN

    Glazed entirely, white colour.

    Volume: ca. 200ml

    Porcelain gaiwan is a useful, easy vessel for preparing tea. Its shape makes adding leaves, pouring water and cleaning very easy. It does not absorb any scents thus is a very versatile vessel. When brewing teas one does not know, it is enough to lift the lid to control the process. Porcelain gaiwan can be washed with washing-up agents.

  • Dwie czarki koreańskie...

    PLN170.00

    CERAMIC TEACUPS

    Hand made, glazed. The glaze in its color is not even, shimmering with shades of green, applied unevenly, on the edges it covers the clay only to a lesser extent, which in effect gives a dark brown colour. The foot of the cup is unglazed in brick-red colour.

    Volume: ca. 70ml

    Author: Im Man-jae

    The teacup was made by the esteemed Korean master of traditional ceramics. The enamel colour is the result of a skillful selection of natural ingredients included in it. The cups were fired in a traditional wood-burning kiln.

  • Japanese Blue Tea cup

    PLN59.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Handmade, entirely glazed. The blue coloured glaze has many shades in form of glaze flows occuring during the firing. The shades change from ligh-turquoise at the rim to dark blue at the bottom of the cup.

    Volume: 100ml

    Ceramic teacup with volume quite typical for japanese green tea cups. The glaze starting to flow during the firing resulting in beautiful and decorative shades of the colour. The cup is dishwasher safe.

  • Japanese teapot Tajimi

    PLN148.00

    CERAMIC TEAPOT

    Round, glazed, with a bamboo handle on top. The glazing is inspired by the traditional pottery from Tajimi in Japan, its colour is uneven, changes from grey-blue at the lid, to grey-brown at the bottom of the teapot.

    Volume: 600ml

    The size of the teapot enables a serving for a small group. Detachable metal strainer enables taking away the leaves at the proper time and makes the cleanig much easier. The style of the teapot makes it a good choice for wabi-sabi esthetics enthusiasts. It is microwave safe (without the metal strainer) and dishwasher safe, provided the bamboo handle is detached first.

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    Korean celadon teacup

    PLN67.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Completely glazed, transparent glaze mass, covers a celadon colour cup. The edge of the cup is discoloured to light beige. The side surface of the cup is decorated with a flying crane and white clouds motif with black elements.

    Volume: approx. 70 ml

    Celadon cup, a representative example of this style of pottery, which in Korea is already several hundred years old. Decorations made using the sanggam technique unique to Korean ceramics.

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    Korean geometrical teacup

    PLN190.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Made of light clay, visible at the base of the dcup, which has not been glazed. The rest of the cup is completely glazed with homogeneous, milky-white glaze. A cracks mesh is visible on the surface. The surface of the bowl is shaped in an interesting way - horizontal grooves are visible and noticeable closer to the edge, geometric shapes similar to hexagons are carved closer to the base.

    Author: Im Man-jae, signed

    Volume: ca. 120ml

    Quite capacious cup with an interesting pattern, additionally decorated with a cracking mesh, which will become even more coloured as it is used. Made by hand and fired in a traditional wood-firing kiln by a master of Korean ceramics.

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    Korean kyusu teapot

    PLN63.00

    CERAMIC TEAPOT

    Completely glazed, milky-white, decorated with blue or orange dots. It has a handle located on the side, at a 90-degree angle to the spout.

    Volume: ca. 200ml

    A small teapot in a form popular in Asia with a handle on the side, completely glazed, making it suitable for all types of tea. It does not have a built-in strainer, so it will be ideal as a teapot to serve the finished infusion. Two versions of decorations are available: with blue or orange dots.

  • Korean Sandy Cups

    PLN290.00

    CERAMIC TEACUPS

    Hand made, in sand color, completely glazed with transparent glaze. Uneven texture, uneven rim, enamel in the form of drips. Black particles clearly visible in the basic material.

    Volume: ca.70ml

    Author: Gil Sung, signed

    A bowl made by hand by one of the finest Korean ceramists, bearing the title of a living treasure of national culture. Irregular form, uneven texture, enamel taking the form of drips in places, are the features of the Ido style, called "Jeong-ho" in Korea. The uneven, almost rough and careless form of the cup, however, surprises with its lightness and refinement behind the apparent imperfection. A bowl burnt in a traditional wood-burning kiln.

  • Korean set Celadon - teapot...

    PLN2,450.00

    Author: Kim Kyung-jin

    Teapot: volume ca. 250ml

    Sugu: diameter 18cm

  • Korean Teacup Crane

    PLN170.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Made by hand, completely glazed. Bell-shaped body adorned with a motif of a standing crane made by underglaze inlay (sanggam). Colourless glaze covers clay of a uneven shade, from gray to pale pink, with numerous patches of discoloration formed in the firing process; numerous black particles are visible. The foot of the cup has three separate supports.

    Volume: ca. 60ml

    Author: Im Man-jae

    The cup was made by an esteemed master of traditional Korean ceramics; in its form it refers to the classic examples of tea ceramics. The motif of a standing crane, an animal very often used in the decoration of ceramics in Korea, is to ensure happiness and prosperity.

  • Korean teacup Jinsa

    PLN170.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Completely glazed, turquoise with large patches of rusty-red discoloration. The edge of the cup is clearly lighter, turning ivory. The surface of the cup is smooth, without noticeable unevenness.

    Volume: 90 ml

    Korean goblet made with a celadon-like technique. Turquoise color broken with red, irregular spots gives a very interesting effect.

  • Korean teacup Songjin

    PLN170.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Handmade, glazed on the inside. The outside of the teacup is copvered with tree resin in dark brown colour, with visible traces of forming wiht a tool, making the texture very interesting and multi dimentional.

    Volume: 70 ml

    Author: Im Man-jae

    Korean teacup made by Master im Man-jae, who specializes in traditional korean Jeong-ho ceramics (known also under the Japanese name "Ido"). Covering the teacup with resin is a rare action resulting in increased durability. It also makes the teacup warmer and softer to the touch.

  • Korean teacups Thokki

    PLN170.00

    CERAMIC TEACUPS

    The sides and inside of the cups are completely glazed, the base is unglazed. The unevenly coloured glaze with clear stains on each cup takes on a different shade, from brown to blue.

    Volume: ca. 70ml

    Author: Im Man-jae, signed

    Cups by the master of Korean ceramics, with a slightly elongated shape, covered with glaze taking the form called in Korea "Rabbit Fur". Firing in a traditional wood-burning kiln gives the result of irregular glaze, with visible discoloration, stains, with a unique shade on each cup.

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    Korean white teacup

    PLN190.00

    CERAMIC TEACUP

    Glazed, milk-white. Made of light clay, which is visible in the unglazed bottom of the bowl. The surface is smooth, with noticeable traces of the author's hand movements, and with dark particles visible here and there, trapped in the enamel mass.

    Author: Im Man-jae, signed

    Volume: ca. 120 ml

    One of the larger cups in our Korean collection, ideal for drinking tea alone. The milky-white colour perfectly highlights the colour of the brew. Thanks to the palpable traces of the master's hand movements, we feel all the time that we are holding the work of human hands and each time we discover the vessel again. Elegant simplicity and the desire to recreate natural forms are the great advantages of this type of ceramics.

  • Light-green Japanese cup

    PLN98.00

    CERAMIC CUP

    Handmade, covered in a thick layer of glaze of uneven colour, changing from green and blue-green at the rim, with black fragments, to light-green at the bottom. The bottom of the cup is unglazed, showing the sand-brown colour of the clay.

    Volume: ca. 100ml

    Handmade cup has visible traces of the authors moves. The volume is quite standard for a japanese green tea cup. The light-green colour of the glazing suits the tea very well.

  • Small porcelain gaiwan

    PLN39.00

    PORCELAIN GAIWAN

    Glazed entirely, white colour.

    Volume: ca. 100ml

    Porcelain gaiwan is a useful, easy vessel for preparing tea. Its shape makes adding leaves, pouring water and cleaning very easy. It does not absorb any scents thus is a very versatile vessel. When brewing teas one does not know, it is enough to lift the lid to control the process. Porcelain gaiwan can be washed with washing-up agents.

  • Thokki Aquamarine Cup

    PLN190.00

    CERAMIC CUP

    Hand-made, glazed (except for the foot), aquamarine-coloured glaze, with a texture reminiscent of rabbit fur, covers clay in brick colour, visible in the unglazed foot of the cup. Dark brown rim.

    Volume: ca.70ml

    Author: Im Man-jae

    A bowl made by hand by a renowned master of traditional Korean ceramics. The enamel takes on an interesting texture reminiscent of rabbit fur, hence the name of the cup (Thokki is Korean for "rabbit"). Burned in a traditional wood-burning kiln.

  • Utamaro mug

    PLN48.00

    CERAMIC MUG WITH A GEISHA IMAGE

    Cylindrical mug without a handle made from glazed ceramic, in beige colour. On the side of the mug there is a colourful image of a geisha en trois quarts. The image is inspired by the art of Japanese paniter and woodcutter Utamaro Kitagawa who lived in the Edo period.

    Volume: 220 ml

    Origin: Japonia

    Microwave and dishwasher safe

    Cylindrical cups and mugs are widely used in Japan in winter. Their shape comes from a practical function - it helps maintain the warmth of the tea for longer and to warm your hands while you hold the mug.