en-Yutaka Hatsumi Seto-Oribe Chawan (1950-) Calligraphy bySekio Fukumoto Rinzai sect Shoshun-Ji temple Daitoku Temple
The 1nd line says "瀬戸織部茶碗" seto-shikibu bowl
second line is 銘：寿山 named: Kotobuki-yama (or Shu-zan)
4th line 前大徳福本積應書付 " Sekio Fukumoto certification"
Yusaku. 裕作 WorkFrom rinzai sector in a little temple oart if daitoku-ji.
auspicious Kotobuki or shuzan 銘：寿山
Shoshun-Ji temple is a little temple dislocated at daitoku-ji
Shoushan (寿山) is a mountain in Taiwan , 寿山 means LONG LIFE. I think it's appropriate as 寿山 KOTOBUKI YAMAin Hinduism is also used with a Kanji that means Yama or Yamarāja:the god of death, belonging to an early stratum of Vedic mythology. In the Vedas, Yama is said to have been the first mortal who died.
So auspicious words 寿山 is "long life".
Yutaka Hatsumi Kuro-Oribe Chawan
Approximate size: W4.5″ by H3.1″ or 11.5 by 8.2 cm
Oribe is a style late 16th century