round nambu shape
sakura blossom pattern
Tyojudo Katsuyoshi Sato
About this piece:
A signed iron casted kettle, the inside of the kettle is not enameled inside. This kettle’s shipping is FREE. It is 100% made in Japan.
1947 Born in Mizusawa county, in Oshu city Iwate prefecture
1963 Studied under his father Sató Susumi who is a master of Nambu tetsubins in Iwate prefecture. In the same year he takes over a family tetsubin workshop and he fully dedicates in making tetsubins.
2000 Officially certified as master of traditional Nambu iron products.
He makes a lot of tetsubins with sakura theme and he works on promotion of local tetsubins. He has a special technique of tetsubin finish/colouring.
Drink your tea not the notes your read, use your utensils not ideas you heard, follow your hands not how you should and should not do it.
leave you endlessly catching the rabbit, the right words to describe, to bring those sense feeling into words, the rabbit is too quick and too snappy to be caught
a birth of an object was a transmission of a feelings and a rapture of a potters mind, a clean, pure willingness to create something beautiful, joyful and useable