From a recent Kato anagama firing some new sake vessel forms for him, those being the heavily faceted katakuchi, each with a fine firing and each hold a little over 250ml, perfect condition, signed boxes, signed on base.
The far left guinomi is available and photos gladly sent on request.
The left rounded one was hand-coiled and made by Furutani Kazuya. The right was thrown and made by Takahashi Rakusai V: both superb firings and forms. The Furutani is Sold and the Takahashi is Sold; both in perfect condition with signed boxes, additional photos on request.
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