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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 2000 item #1269021
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Oribe vase

Eiji

Late 20th century

Diameter 4.25" Height 8.5"

A multi faceted Oribe vase crafted by an artist named Eiji. It is not known who the artist is, but assumedly a living artist today working with the art of making Oribe ceramics. Unlike many of the ceramics, Oribe is one of the few difficult wares to make. The control of the heat is needed to produce the green often associated with Oribe wares.

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pre 1990 item #1235263
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$670.00
Image of Forest using Iron Glaze Summer Tea Bowl

Artist: Idemitsu Shosuke (1927~)

Size: Diameter 5.25" Height 2.3"

Idemitsu Shosuke used to serve as the fifth president of the noted oil and industries firm Idemitsu Kosan in Tokyo. Idemitsu Shosuke headed the Omotesenke Tokyo branch for some time and his interests in tea led him to producing interesting tea bowls using different techniques and glazes...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Pre 1990 item #1235257
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$700.00
Turkish Blue (Turquoise) Glaze Tea Bowl

Idemitsu Shosuke (1927~)

Size: Diameter 6" Height 3.25"

Idemitsu Shosuke used to serve as the fifth president of the noted oil and industries firm Idemitsu Kosan in Tokyo. Idemitsu Shosuke headed the Omotesenke Tokyo branch for some time and his interests in tea led him to producing interesting tea bowls using different techniques and glazes. Idemitsu Shosuke would be along with noted connoisseurs, Masuda Donno, Matsunaga Jian, etc...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Pre 2000 item #1235118
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$800.00
White Ware (Hakuji) Lotus Hira Chawan

By Tsukamoto Shiro (1928~)

Diameter: 6.5" Height 3.3"

Tsukamoto Shiro is famous for his extensive research and study on Song Dynasty celadons and white ware objects. The simple, modern, and sharp lines became popular throughout Japan and received awards in Germany and Paris

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 1980 item #1218873
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A hidasuki style Bizen flower vase, known as tsurukubi (neck of a crane) by the noted living national treasure, Isezaki Jun (1936~). The Isezaki family, were the pioneers in innovating the way Bizen wares were produced furthering its artistic qualities. Now, Bizen along with the old kilns in Japan is appreciated by tea and ceramic connoisseurs in Japan and outside.

The vase comes with a tomobako signed and sealed by the artist...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1204216
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$6700.00
Ohi Toshio (1958-) Born as the son of the noted family, Ohi Chozaemon in Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture. The Ohi family for generations have produced traditional Japanese tea ceramics in the preferences of tea masters from the Urasenke tradition and the lords that controlled the domain of Kaga...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1189206
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Ohi Toshio (1958-) Born as the son of the noted family, Ohi Chozaemon in Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture. The Ohi family for generations have produced traditional Japanese tea ceramics in the preferences of tea masters from the Urasenke tradition and the lords that controlled the domain of Kaga...
All Items : Artists : Paintings : Contemporary item #1178880
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$5000.00
Shizuko Greenblatt is based in Los Angeles, CA and has produced works of art combining traditional calligraphy and modern/contemporary styles. Shizuko studied art with Vicki Dolnick, who was a student of acclaimed artist Richard Diebenkorn at Stanford University...