- Provenance information is currently unavailable
Two plain Shino-glazed plates (the most common type of Shino ware) with a tiny ash-glazed plate (sara) on top; Plates separated by three cone-shaped pins, with a clay ring at the bottom of the stack (this stacking procedure used only for Shino ware); Seemingly a complete sagger-load, since fragments of saggers adhere to both top and bottom.
Glaze: ash glaze and Shino glaze.
- Published References
- Louise Allison Cort. Seto and Mino Ceramics. Washington and Honolulu, 1992. pp. 219-229.
- Collection Area(s)
- Japanese Art
- Web Resources
- Google Cultural Institute
- Rights Statement
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