Technical Term
Authorized boxIt says Kiwamebako in Japan.
It means the box which successor, relative or judgement person authorized that it is work of artist oneself.
Blackish brown pointIt says Furimono in Japan.
It means the impurities which stuck when ceramist burns ware.
This is evaluated as no flaw.
ChipIt says Hotsu in Japan.
It means that brim or rim of bottom have chip.
Crackle wareIt says Amade in Japan.
It means the porcelain which small crack occured in the whole surface with not enough burning.
GohonIt means the sample.
The tea masters of the Momoyama period sent the sample to Busan kiln of Korea.
And Kase appeared on the tea bowl that was burned in the kiln based on the sample.
Since then, the pottery appeared Kase began to called Gohon.
GomaIt is the glaze that changed the ash by high temperature.
Hairline crackIt says Nyuu in Japan.
It means that brim or rim of bottom have crack.
IshihazeIt is traces that the stones erupted to the surface by contraction of the clay during firing or drying.
KaseIt means the pattern looks like the specks on the back of deer.
And it is good point of Gohon type.
Naked pointIt says Mushikui in Japan.
It means the point that can see bisque.
This is evaluated as no flaw.
Natural chipIt says Kamakizu in Japan.
It means the flaw which occurred with it when ceramist burns ware.
This is evaluated as no flaw.
Natural crackIt says Kannyuu in Japan.
It means the crack which occurred on plane of glaze.
This flaw lowers evaluation in case of porcelain.
NigoshideIt means white porcelain of soft facial expression as the juice which sharpened rice.
There are only 20% to finished product in order to be broken which the middle burning.
Kakiemon does not write signature with the work which he used this skill for daringly.
No flawIt says Mukizu in Japan.
It means that there are not chip and crack.
Ordered boxIt says Awasebako in Japan.
It means the box which let joiner make it so that an owner keeps ware.
Original boxIt says Tomobako in Japan.
It means the box which let joiner make it so that artist oneself keeps work.
PerfectionIt says Kanpin in Japan.
It means condition which there are not flaw and weak point.
Stuck pointIt says Hittsuki in Japan.
It means the point which stuck between them, when ceramist burns ware.
This is evaluated as no flaw.
Unglazed pointIt says Yugire in Japan.
It means the point where is not covered with glaze.
This is evaluated as no flaw.