Matcha Bowl with Shino GlazeHand-Made by Artist Ginny Marsh
This one-of-a-kind tea bowl by artist Ginny Marsh is inspired by wabi-sabi (finding beauty in imperfection).
Read more about Ginny Marsh in the D Magazine article "Imperfect Bowls Are the Perfect Vessels for Matcha." To learn more about wabi-sabi, go to Kyle Stewart's TEDxSMU talk.
Product Details: This bowl is 4.25" in diameter and 3" high. The diversity of colors, textures, and patterns creates an endless variety of visual and tactile adventures.
Fun Facts: Wabi-sabi stoneware reflects materials in the natural world and how they change from season to season and over time.
Shino glaze, a term for a family of pottery glazes, ranges in color from milky white to orange, sometimes with grey spots known as "carbon traps," which trap the carbon in the glaze during firing.