Friday, May 22, 2015

"SNAKE'S EYE" FOOT (蛇の目高台)

From the mid 1700's through the Meiji period plates, bowls and especially "soba choko" were made with the snake's eye foot known as "Jya no me Kodai" (蛇の目高台). Although this style of foot declined after the early 20th century, it was still used through the war to some extent. There are even some still made especially modern soba choko.


Soba Choko from Meiji period

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