茶の湯 in サンフランシスコ ・ Japanese Tea Ceremony を San Franciscoで

表千家四方社中の茶の湯ブログ Japanese Tea Ceremony Blog for Shikata Shachu – Omotesenke

掛分け・Kakewake

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以前唐津の「片身替茶碗」をご紹介しました。「掛分け」と「片身替」の違いについて前から不思議に思っていたのですが、色の違う釉薬を掛け分けたものは全て「掛分け」であり、その中で右と左半分に掛分けたものを特に「片身替」と呼ぶようです。

A little while ago we wrote about a Karatsu bowl with two-tone glaze finish or katamigawari.  We often wondered about the different between “kakewake” and “katamigawari.”  News flash.  The term “kakewake” refers to all two-tone glaze finishes, whereas “katamigawari” only refers to two-tone glaze finishes with one color on the right and the other color on the left divided in the middle.

ですから唐津焼でいう朝鮮唐津も「掛分け」の一種で、上下に釉薬を掛け分けているものです。

Thus, cho’usenkaratsu of Karatsu ware is also a type of “kakewake“: one color on top and the other on the bottom.

ところが半々に掛分けたものでも、前後の場合(例えば前が白、後ろが黒)は単に「掛分け」と呼んでいるようです。色釉薬を部分的に掛けたものも「掛分け」に入ります。織部には透明釉と緑釉の「掛分け」が頻繁に見られます。

However, even if two colors are used half and half, when they are use front and back (rather than right and left) – for example, the front side is white and the back side is black, then it is simply “kakewake“.  “Kakewake” also includes partial coloring – like Oribe with a clear glaze accented by a green glaze as often seen.

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