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Hagi Ware Guinomi by Deishi Shibuya

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 974077 (stock# JTC4110)

Hagi Ware Guinomi by Deishi Shibuya
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This is a GUINOMI of HAGI WARE by DEISHI SHIBUYA. He is famous for HAGI WARE. HAGI is the pottery of YAMAGUCHI PREFECTURE in JAPAN. Very good white glaze like thick cream. The box is original, made for this item and has the artist's signature. Please enjoy delicious SAKE with this wonderful work of Mr. SHIBUYA.Condition: Very good. Width: 2.4". Height: 2.1". Weight: 170 gr.


Excellent Hidasuki Bizen Yunomi by TOZO KONISHI

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: New   item# 482964 (stock# JPB1102)

Excellent Hidasuki Bizen Yunomi by TOZO KONISHI
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$ 90 

Excellent Hidasuki Bizen Yunomi by renowned potter Tozo Konishi. This piece has 3 Kanji Japanese character that make this yunomi (tea cup) unique. Mr. Tozo have received several prizes. The most remarkable award: Toyo Kaneshige prize in 1988. Size: 3" (7.5 cm, width) X 2.75" (7 cm, height).To make hidasuki ware, pieces are wrapped in straw soaked in brine (salt water) and placed into saggars prior to firing. During the firing process, the straw burns away, leaving a 'flash' of ...click for details


Wonderful Japanese Tea Bowl KURO-RAKU Ware

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1940   item# 482403 (stock# JTB3106)

Wonderful Japanese Tea Bowl KURO-RAKU Ware
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Wonderful Japanese tea bowl RAKU ware. This bowl was made between 1900 and 1940. Excellent condition. It has an exquisite contrast of colours, great form and glazing The potter's mark is in the bottom. RAKU is a light weight ceramic ware with a long history in Japan and particularly prized in the tea ceremony. RAKU means happiness, pleasure, enjoyment, satisfaction. Size: 4.5" X 3.3". Weight: 330gr.


Hagi Ware Tea Bowl by DEISHI SHIBUYA

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Contemporary   item# 481527 (stock# JTB3105)

Hagi Ware Tea Bowl by DEISHI SHIBUYA
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Hagi ware tea bowl by "Deishi Shibuya", with box. Very thick glazing outside of the bowl and smoother glazing inside. It is a wonderful work of arts for all year and every day leaf tea drinking. Hagi ware is known for its rustic simplicity and its ability to keep heat. Condition: Very good. Width: 3.7" (9.5 cm). Height: 4" (10 cm). Weight: 580 gr.


Nice Mingei Tea Bowl Signed.

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Contemporary   item# 478188 (stock# JTB3104)

Nice Mingei Tea Bowl Signed.
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$ 65 

Nice Mingei tea bowl signed. Simple but very elegant tea bowl showing a greenish glaze. It is hard to appreciate the elegance and feel of this bowl from images. Perfect for everyday use. Condition: Good. Width: 5" (12.5 cm). Height: 3.6" (9.2 cm) Weight: 430 gr


Hagi Yaki Tea Bowl by Deishi Shibuya

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Contemporary   item# 475824 (stock# JTB3103)

Hagi Yaki Tea Bowl by Deishi Shibuya
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Hagi Yaki tea bowl by "Deishi Shibuya". Very thick glazing outside of the bowl and smoother glazing inside. Very usable work of arts. Hagi Yaki is known for its rustic simplicity and its ability to keep heat. Condition: Very good. Width: 4.9". Height: 4.0". Weight: 840 gr.


Wonderful Shino Ware Tea Bowl with box

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Contemporary   item# 473627 (stock# JTB3102)

 Wonderful Shino Ware Tea Bowl with box
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$ 190 

Fantastic Shino Ware tea bowl with great feel. It has a design featuring mountains and pine trees which symbolize longevity. The bowl has a milky-white glaze showing ash marks in the glaze. It has the characteristic nest holes (suana).The citron skin finish (yuzuhada) is highly favored by Tea Masters. Condition: Excellent. Height: 3.2" (aprox 8 cm). Width: 5" (12.7 cm). Weight: (730 gr).


Amazing Hagi Yaki Guinomi by Renowned Artist S. YAMANE

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 473483 (stock# JSC4101)

Amazing Hagi Yaki Guinomi by Renowned Artist S. YAMANE
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Amazing Japanese Hagi Yaki Guinomi - Sake Cup - by SEIGAN YAMANE. Good detail with colorful glazes. Seigan Yamane works of Hagi City in the Kosaian Kiln. Box with artist's signature. Condition: Excellent. Diameter aprox: 2.6" (6.8 cm). Height: 2" (5 cm). Hagi Yaki is known for its rustic simplicity and its ability to keep heat.


Japanese Sake Cup by Seigan Yamane

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 472961 (stock# JSC4100)

Japanese Sake Cup by Seigan Yamane
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$ 95 

Japanese Sake cup - Hagi ware with box - Beautiful blue glaze work of Seigan Yamane. The cup has the maker's signature mark stamped on the bottom. Height: 2.0" (5 cm). Diameter: aprox 2.5" (6.5 cm). Condition: The cup has a chip in the edge cover by the glaze, apparently made during the manufacturing process (please, see photos).


Japanese Bizen (Hidasuki) Sake set w/box

Catalogue: Artisan and Design: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 471787 (stock# JPB1101)

Japanese Bizen (Hidasuki) Sake set w/box
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Bizen "Hidasuki" Sake set (tokkuri and ochoko) with box. Condition: very good. Height(tokkuri):5.25" (13.4 cm). Width: 3.25" (8.3 cm). Weight: 1.23 lb (560 grm). To make hidasuki ware, pieces are wrapped in straw soaked in brine (salt water) and placed into saggars prior to firing. During the firing process, the straw burns away, leaving a 'flash' of sodium vapor on the surface of the pot, which causes a slight glaze formation. These glaze flashes turn the light col ...click for details

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