Japanese Chagama Kama and Furo for Tea Ceremony (21M-871)

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This is an authentic Japanese Kama and Furo set used for tea ceremony from mid. 1900s.

Kama are made of cast iron, and are used to heat the water used to make tea. In the tea room, the kama is either heated over a portable brazier, Furo or in a sunken hearth ,Ro built into the floor of the tea room, depending on the season. Furo made of bronze is the one below to boil water. 

Furo is made by Kankei Hannya. He was born in Showa 8 (1933) in Takaoka city, Toyama prefecture. Takaoka city is well known for making copper/ bronze works.

It comes in an original signed wooden box. 

12"Diameter x 13"H