Antique Wajima-Nuri Owan bowls over 100 years old.
Urushi (Japanese Lacquer) has high antibacterial properties and makes the wood strong.
Urushi can be repeatedly extracted from a single tree, making it an eco-friendly varnish.
W 12 cm x H 5.2cm (H 8.5cm with lid) / 115g
Hold about 160ml
Very good antique condition ★★★★☆
No chips, No cracks
*NO microwave, NO dishwasher.
Please keep it away from direct sunlight.
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ALL OF OWAN BOWLS WE OFFER ARE GENUINE PRODUCTS
There are many modern lacquerware made of phenolic resin (plastic) and synthetic resin paint.
What we have are authentic Japanese pieces - natural wood, natural Urushi lacquer, all production processes are manual.
*Plastic sinks in water, real wood floats.
Wajima-nuri is a lacquer ware made in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture.
It is characterized by its unparalleled care and attention to detail in the lacquering process, which involves more than 20 processes and a total of 75-124 times of careful manual labor before it is completed.
Although it is a labor-intensive and costly process, Wajima-nuri is characterized by the fact that the technique has been preserved without placing emphasis on inexpensive production.
In 1975, Wajima-nuri was designated as a traditional craft by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry,
and in 1977, it was designated as an important intangible cultural asset.