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Hohin-style tea pot

Hohin-style tea pot


This is anagama fired, Hohin-style tea pot. Hohin is a Japanese teapot. Hohin means "Treasure Jar" in Japanese and implies with this name that only high quality tea leaves should be brewed inside this teapot. These teapots are similar to Kyusu teapot but without a handle. Compared to Shiboridashi teapots, which come also without handle, are Hohin teapots higher in shape.
Hand thrown out of the German clay. Wood fired in Karmazinu Anagama kiln for 114 hours in 1300°C. Tea pot features a dramatic array of colors and textures- from semi-gloss to ash-speckled matte yellow, gray and brown.
Teapot capacity 210 milliters.
H 10.5 cm, W 11 cm, weight 313 gr.
This piece is thrown on the wheel stoneware, high fired to vitrification at 1300°C centigrade to eliminate porosity, thus allowing the pieces to be used in the oven, freezer and dishwasher but nevertheless can break from mishandle.
Every item is 100% handmade by me and some of them can be recognized in specialized tea shops of London, Tokyo and Vilnius.

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