Can you id this for a free shohin pot?

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Ok, I know I might sound desperate, but I just received several boxes of ceramic materials and I need to identify what is written on this of white powder.

If you can, and it turns out to be authentic, I will send you this shohin pot for free. Please just pay for shipping and it is yours:)

First pic, the mystery powder...
 

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Ok, I know I might sound desperate, but I just received several boxes of ceramic materials and I need to identify what is written on this of white powder.

If you can, and it turns out to be authentic, I will send you this shohin pot for free. Please just pay for shipping and it is yours:)

First pic, the mystery powder...
My Gawd I did not know they would ship that stuff!!!!!!!!!
Going to have every junkie on the planet wanting to know the name of your supplier/shipper!!!!!
Irene
 
second pic, the shohin pot...

It is a smallish primitive oval. If you are interested to learn more about it check it out on my blog.

Oh, remember, you pay for shipping;)

Thanks,
Rob A.
 

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What I found

Here is what I was told. The Japanese reads "frit with no lead". Frit is evidently phonetically transliterated from a language other than Japanese. My friend's wife, a native Japanese speaker, did not know the source of the word.


As I know nothing about making pots I don't know if this will help.
 
It's used to make glaze for pots
 
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