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Celadon Pourover and Dripper Set


Beautiful tableware from the famous Japanese pottery town of Mashiko. Mashiko was once home to Shōji Hamada, celebrated ceramicist and founding member of the Mingei (folk craft) Movement, who through Bernard Leach shaped modern-day studio pottery in Japan and the UK.

This piece is by Sayado Wadagama, a highly regarded kiln operating today in this respected pottery enclave. It’s true to Mashiko’s Mingei origins: warm, solid, deceptively modest in design and intended for everyday life.

Sayado Wadagama have also remained faithful to the mid century aesthetic and Mashiko’s traditional glazes. This pourer set has been glazed with Mashiko's original celadon, which has a slightly matte texture. The dripper can be used over a mug or over the jug to make two to three cups of flavourful coffee. The jug can also be used for drinks or sauces at the table.

It’s rare to find such a fine example of Mashiko pottery outside of Japan, drawing upon its long and distinguished history.

Measures approx. 19cm tall.

For longevity we recommend washing and drying by hand after use.

As each piece is individually made there may be small variations from the image shown.

Gift wrapped in tissue paper

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