The inside of this bowl is scattered with small flowers designed with fine detail. The attention to detail of the craftsmanship can be seen in the pottery.
Inka is a technique of pattern decoration that originated in Chinese ceramics, and refers to the design of flower petals, stems, leaves, and other patterns of plants and trees that are created by stamping a seal (seal material) on the surface of unglazed clay (raw clay) before drying. Many floral patterns are used in the old era.
size: 4.0X4.0 inches(10.0X10.0cm)/height 2.8inch(7.0cm)/weight 6.3 oz(180g)