A vintage Japanese Chawan Tea Bowl that comes in a wooden box is a traditional ceramic or porcelain bowl specifically used for serving Japanese tea.
Chawan bowls are characterized by their simple, elegant design and are often handcrafted by skilled Japanese artisans. They are typically made of clay, porcelain, or other materials and may be decorated with a variety of patterns, textures, and colors.
The wooden box that accompanies the Chawan Tea Bowl is known as a "kiri-bako" and is typically made of paulownia wood. The box serves as a protective case for the bowl, preserving its beauty and historical significance.
Vintage Japanese Chawan Tea Bowls that come in wooden boxes are highly valued for their beauty, craftsmanship, and cultural significance
4 1/2"Diameter x 3"H