Antique Wajima Owan bowl Lacquerware.
Beautiful old piece.
* Price is for 1
W 12 cm x H 5cm (H 7.5cm with lid)
Hold about 250ml
Very good antique condition ★★★★☆
No chips, No cracks
*NO microwave, NO dishwasher.
Please keep it away from direct sunlight.
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.