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A Charming Akaraku Chawan by Kato Ryusei

Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Contemporary   item# 1297861 (stock#TRC1513)

A Charming Akaraku Chawan by Kato Ryusei
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

A charming akaraku chawan done by third generation potter Kato Ryusei. This piece was fired at the Akahiko Kama which has produced pottery in Aichi prefecture since 1956 and who have the distinction of being commissioned not only by the Showa Emperor and Empress but also by the later Heisei Emperor. With a soft luminance and subtle charm, this piece would be an valued addition to the collection of any budding tea practitioner. The bowl is 4.7 inches in diameter (12cm) and 3.1 inches ta ...click for details


Hagi-yaki Chawan by Kaneda Keien

Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1980   item# 1297844 (stock#TRC1518)

Hagi-yaki Chawan by Kaneda Keien
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

A beautiful Hagi-yaki chawan done by well-known artist Kaneda Keien (1949-). Keien is an 8th generation potter who has been producing works for over 40 years and is the winner of several awards for excellence. A distinctive feature of his works is that they utilize an iron-rich soil collected on the island of Mishima in the Sea of Japan. Pieces made using this soil tend to display a soft cherry petal hue which gives these bowls an excellent “keshiki” or what might be referred to as a “ceramic la ...click for details


Raku-yaki Chawan by Sasaki Shoraku

Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1980   item# 1297756 (stock#TRC1515)

Raku-yaki Chawan by Sasaki Shoraku
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

This chawan was fired in the kilns of one of Kyoto’s best known raku-yaki potters, Sasaki Shoraku III (1941-). The Shoraku line began when the grandfather of the current potter established a kiln near the famous Kiyomizu temple, nestled at the foot of the eastern mountains in Kyoto. In 1945, the kiln was moved to Kameoka near the Yada shrine where it remains today. Raku teabowls are made by hand, without the use of a potter's wheel. The potter works the clay by hand raising the sides whi ...click for details


Hagi-yaki Chawan by Takenouchi Akihiro

Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1980   item# 1297750 (stock#TRC1528)

Hagi-yaki Chawan by Takenouchi Akihiro
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

A mature work by an artist who’s career as a potter has spanned over 55 years. This beautiful white Hagi bowl by Takenouchi Akihiro (1937-) displays a quiet elegance that sets the mind at ease. Takenouchi is a member of the Japan Arts and Crafts Association and the winner of various prizes and awards for pieces he produced at at the Sousou kiln which he established in 1967. The piece is (11.5cm) in diameter and (9.5cm) tall and comes with a signed tomobako, yellow silk cloth, and an inser ...click for details


Mingei Style Chawan by Okuda Yasuhiro

Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Pre 2000   item# 1297720 (stock#TRC1519)

Mingei Style Chawan by Okuda Yasuhiro
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

A captivating piece described on the box as “aka e sakana bun” which can be loosely translated as, Depiction of Fish with Red Overglaze. Okuda (1920-1999) was a student of both Hamada Shoji and Kawaii Kanjiro and his kiln was visited by a number of well-known artists including the likes of Bernard Leach. A distinctive style following the mingei or, “folk craft,” movement of the mid-20th century, this piece is a delight for the eyes and functional in the hand. The bowl is 4.7 (12cm) in diamete ...click for details


Antique Japanese Oro-Kiln Tea Bowl

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1900   item# 1297652 (stock#0211)

Antique Japanese Oro-Kiln Tea Bowl
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tatami
+81-(0)470-62-6453



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ORO CHAWAN

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Japanese Vintage Mingei Folk Craft Carpenter's Sumi-Tsubo

Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1980   item# 1297645 (stock#J328)

Japanese Vintage Mingei Folk Craft Carpenter's Sumi-Tsubo
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GALLERY TSUMUGI
81-3-3722-8084



$90 

Carpenter's "sumi-tsubo ( ink liner )" made of wood and has an ink pot and a wheel. It is used by a carpenter when he draws a line on a lumber. One of the end of the string is pinned, stretched and snapped so that the line is drawn. It has been commonly used till mid 20th century. Red ink was used for this one. L:19.5cm W:8cm H:8cm In excellent condition.


Ogawa Choraku II Aka Raku Chawan w Tomobako and Three Seals

Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1950   item# 1297620 (stock#TRC1524)

Ogawa Choraku II Aka Raku Chawan w Tomobako and Three Seals
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

An original piece by the second in the line of Choraku potters. This bowl is stamped twice on the side and once on the pedestal with the mark of Ogawa Choraku II (1912-1991). The Choraku line began when a student of Kichizaemon XI (Keinyu) and Kichizaemon XII (Konyu) opened an independent kiln in Kyoto in 1904. The line was officially given the name Choraku in 1906 by Choyuken, the head of a very influential tea ceremony association. Red Raku chawan are a favorite of tea enthusiasts and seem ...click for details


Contemporary Japanese Karatsu Mizusashi by Nakagawa Jinembo

Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Jars: Pre 2000   item# 1297612 (stock#850)

Contemporary Japanese Karatsu Mizusashi by Nakagawa Jinembo
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Modern Japanese Ceramics
075-201-3497



1,350.00 

A powerful Mimitsuki Karatsu Mizusashi by Nakagawa Jinembo (Jinenbo b. 1953) enclosed in the original signed wooden box. Vicious white glaze, deeply fissured, supplants the fawn brown of the back, all over a very rough red clay filled with shiseki stones. The piece breathes energy, vivacious and playful it is a pleasure to view and use. The lid is similarly glazed, with hakeme brush marks inside. The piece is roughly 7 inches (18 cm) tall, the same diameter and in perfect condition. ...click for details


e-Shino Chawan by Kato Kageaki - w Signed Tomobako

Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Pre 1970   item# 1297608 (stock#TRC1527)

e-Shino Chawan by Kato Kageaki - w Signed Tomobako
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

This attractive e-Shino bowl (“e” meaning picture) bears a pine-needle motif on the front surrounded by fields of dazzling ocher and white. Fired in the kilns of Kageaki Kato (1899-1972), this Shino bowl is from one of the oldest traditions in Japanese pottery. Kageyaki was the 12th generation of Mino potters known for their distinctive styles of Shino and Oribe pottery. He was a great potter in his own right who was designated as a Human Intangible Cultural Treasure in 1957 by Gifu prefect ...click for details


Hagi-yaki Chawan by Yoshida Shuen - w Signed Box and Seal

Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1980   item# 1297591 (stock#TRC1516)

Hagi-yaki Chawan by Yoshida Shuen - w Signed Box and Seal
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Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
080-3781-8606



 

This remarkable tea bowl is from the kilns of Yoshida Shuen (1940-1987)—an apprentice of Miwa Kysetsu (1910-2012) who was awarded the status of Living National Treasure in 1983. It features a warm crackled glazing with a white translucent overcoat that beads in areas. Hagi-yaki has a tradition stretching back over 400 years and is a high-fired stoneware type of pottery. Hagi-ware is prized for its subdued colors and classical features, especially the glazing, which is often clear and vivid. ...click for details


Contemporary Oribe Chawan by Higashida Shigemasa

Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Contemporary   item# 1297550 (stock#0227)

Contemporary Oribe Chawan by Higashida Shigemasa
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Momoyama Gallery




 

A wonderful Oribe Chawan by Higashida Shigemasa enclosed in the original signed wooden box.

Born in Hiroshima in 1955 Shigemasa received his BA at Shimonoseki Municipal University in 1978 and did a postgraduate course in ceramics at Gifu Prefectural Tajimi Tech ...click for details


Shino-Oribe Chawan with Kintsugi Gold Restoration Edo Period

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1800   item# 1297415 (stock#0225)

Shino-Oribe Chawan with Kintsugi Gold Restoration Edo Period
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Momoyama Gallery




 

Little distorted half cylinder shaped tea bowl made of light, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body is covered with the typical shino glaze inside and outside with a fine dark greyish triangle design. This is a typical late Momoyama design. The somewhat irregular foot is typical for the late production of the 1620-ies at the Motoyashiki and Kamagane kilns. ...click for details


Tibetan Yak Butter Tea Bowl

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Wood: Pre 1920   item# 1297402 (stock#3049)

Tibetan Yak Butter Tea Bowl
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
Tel/Fax 852-29847509



$250.USD 

Old Tibetan Yak Butter Tea bowl carved from burlwood, possibly Rhododendron, it can be anywhere from 50 to a 100 years old. Most of the more recent ones will have spinning marks on the bottom where it would have been turned on a machine lathe. The dimensions are D:11.8cm/4.6in and H: 5cm/1.9in, there is one worn chip on the edge which is pretty normal for these things.


Setoguro Chawan from the Edo period with fantastic Seto Glaze

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1800   item# 1297190 (stock#0224)

Setoguro Chawan from the Edo period with fantastic Seto Glaze
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Momoyama Gallery




 

This is an absolutely rare black Seto chawan ( setoguro chawan ) from the Edo Period.

Blackish-brown glaze amalgamates with a wild and roughly thrown body and a still vivid and strong Seto Glaze. It is very heavy for a tea bowl, 503g. Please note that there is ...click for details

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