Chigusa Notes - Chigusa Momoyama Period 1573-1615 Rikyu tea ceremony person wabi:refers to earthy sensibility an unornamented quality looks old doesnt

Chigusa Notes - Chigusa Momoyama Period 1573-1615 Rikyu tea...

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Chigusa Momoyama Period 1573-1615 Rikyu: tea ceremony person wabi:refers to earthy sensibility, an unornamented quality, looks old, doesn’t look too expensive chatsubo:tea leaf storage jar gold brocade: type of textile Chigusa:(1000 flowers) Tea leaf storage jar Created in Guangdong Province, China Created in the mid 13th to mid 14th century material- stoneware ceramic with iron glaze size: 41.6cm high x 36.6 cm diameter glaze gives the chigusa the shine created in China, but the value given to it was in Japan(in China the pot might be used for many different things, not tea ceremonies) Sinan Wreck: 30,000 pots that were being transported to Japan sunk in a shipwreck, 18 of them were Chatsubo. 1323/1975 Tea Scoops, Bamboo, Japan Instrument used to take a little bit of powdered green tea and place it into the whisket. Tea Bowl, Korean, 16th century, Ido ware Breakage makes pots more admirable and expensive, wabi Chigusa’s 4 lugs affects the glaze, and gave an asthetic impact.

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