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Accompanied by two wooden boxes, inscribed Ko-Oribe / Mutetsushi on the inner box, and also inscribed Oribe Kutsu / Mutetsushi shoji on the outer box.
Bowl with flat base, applied footrim, and everted walls. Gray stoneware, reddish on surface. On interior wall, accumulation of uneven natural ash glaze, pooling at edge of base, with trace of footrim of bowl placed above this one in a stack for firing. On outside wall, thin band of natural ash glaze; rest of wall …
Sagger fragment containing small ash-glazed dish with rounded sides (maruzara) resting on clay stacking ring; Small disk with brownish ash glaze on top (foot of temmoku tea bowl?) adheres to underside of sagger Glaze: brownish ash glaze.
Fragment of rim and wall of temmoku-type tea bowl. Glaze: iron glaze, translucent dark brown with blue cast.
Fragment of a temmoku tea bowl (lower wall). Clay: buff stoneware. Glaze: dark brown-black iron glaze.
Fragment of a temmoku tea bowl (section of the lower wall). Clay: buff stoneware. Glaze; brown iron glaze, beading.
Tea bowl fragment, type from late ogama kiln, cheracterized by foot rim. Clay: light grey stoneware. Glaze: tenmoku.