This wood-fired tea bowl has a slightly curved lip and bamboo-style foot, with a variety of “wet-to-dry” surfaces that undulate from rough to glossy with a chattered texture. The “Komogai” form originated from Korea, and was infused into Japanese ceramic practices around the Momoyama period. This one features our “cresting wave” in the well, and a tattered lip. Comfortably holds 110ml, though we recommend topping off at 85ml to right every wrong ever perpetrated. 5.5 x 10 x 10cm.