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    NAGORI YUKI. An Anagama fired chawan is somewhat smaller in size than the other bowls created by Mr. Tanii in this kiln firing. Nagori yuki means untimely snow in spring. For Japanese, to see nagori yuki evokes a sort of melancholy. A warm blue gray on one side of the interior gives the feeling of viewing the untimely snow as it melts in spring. Green BEEDORO glaze and the reddish brown color also feature on the interior of the bowl. These colors evoke the brown earth and green sprouts or mos...