These rare wood-fired Bizen-yaki cups are a perfect and unique combination of timeless design and the oldest form of Japanese pottery. Made by artisan Kiko Ando in Bizen Irinaka, Okayama Prefecture, Japan,these cups are limited to a maximum of 50 pieces every 6 months, making each a rare find indeed! Each cup receives a season stamp and batch number on the package. All Asemi Co. cups are stackable; even different size cups can be stacked together!
Bizen-yaki pieces are unglazed and should be dipped in water before each use and cleaned promptly to avoid staining or odors.
Every artisan-made cup is a one of a kind piece due to their handcrafted nature.
Materials: Bizen clay
Measurements: Approximately 4in H x 2 3/4in diameter; holds approximately 8oz
One-of-a-kind artisan wood-fired ceramic cups
Week-long wood firing process creates beautiful unpredictable patterns and shimmer
Each cup is unique due to the natural variation of the firing process; variant photo shows the exact cup you will receive
8oz size is perfect for tea, coffee, or water
NOT microwave or dishwasher safe
Should be dipped in water before use and cleaned promptly afterwards
Stackable with each other and with other Asemi Co. cups of any size
Color may vary from image on screen
Kiko Ando Bizen Irinaka, Okayama Prefecture for Asemi Co. Tokyo, Japan
Images by Bezel & Kiln
AC303A $98 - Large Bizen-yaki Cup A AC303B $98 - Large Bizen-yaki Cup B AC303C $98 - Large Bizen-yaki Cup C AC303D $98 - Large Bizen-yaki Cup D AC303E $98 - Large Bizen-yaki Cup E AC303F $98 - Large Bizen-yaki Cup F
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