Yellow Seto ware water disposal jar, named O waki zashi

Published/Created:
ca. 1500-1600
Notes:
Meibutsu water jar named O waki zashi because it looked like a mizusashi, and when placed next to one, looked like a pair of swords (tachi and owakizashi). Later owned by Sen Shoan.
Variant Titles:
Ki Seto ware waste water jar (kensui)
黄瀬戸建水 銘「大脇指」
Associated Names:
Sen no Rikyu 千利休, 1522-1591 (owned by) [Contributor]
Topics:
Ceramics -- Japan -- Momoyama period, 1573-1615 -- (YVRC)
Japanese tea ceremony -- (LC)
Culture:
Mino ware, Seto style
Accession Number:
MY3287
Genre:
containers: vessels (AAT)
Format:
Image
Content Type:
Furnishings & Decorative Arts
Tools, Equipment & Instruments
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Yale Community Only
Source Title:
Asian Collection (Mimi Hall Yiengpruksawan Personal Collection)
Source Note:
Kumakura, pl. 46
Yale Collection:
Visual Resources Collection
Digital Collection:
Visual Resources Collection
Local Record Number:
Portfolio Item ID: 317419
OID:
586560
PID:
digcoll:2074759