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Miya sauce pots and spoons by Mizuno?

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    Posted 5 months ago

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    These small sauce pots are about 4.25" high x 3.25" diameter and about 8 oz. capacity. They are a pretty common style of Japanese sauce pots often used for soy suace. I bought four of these little sauce pots and two spoons for $7.35, too good to pass up. They were probably made by the Mizuno family of Toki, Japan. Some of the glazes are described on the Miya web site, Miya is a retailer.

    #1 ?
    #2 Iron glaze
    #3 Tenmoku glaze (black pot in image 3)
    #3a ? (white pot in image 3)

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 5 months ago
      Very nice sauce pot set Kevin, I really love the squarish black one in second pic
    2. plein-air-painter, 5 months ago
      The first one is exquisite, beautiful glaze.
    3. kwqd kwqd, 5 months ago
      Thanks for you comment, Jenni! The one you like has a very different feel from the other three. It is more delicate and has a glass-like feel to it. It is probably a ceramic.

      Thanks for your comment plein-air-painter! The first one is my favorite too.

      Thanks for loving my selection of sauce pots and spoons plein-air-painter, aura, Blammoammo, fortapache, Thomas, Kevin, Jenni and Watchsearcher!
    4. kwqd kwqd, 5 months ago
      Thanks Ben!
    5. kwqd kwqd, 5 months ago
      Thanks Hoot60, Karen and RichmondLori!
    6. kwqd kwqd, 5 months ago
      Thanks Elaine!

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