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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1980 item #1312993 (stock #E4)
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Tamba Vase by Sueharu Nishihata (Born 1926) father of well-renowned potter Tadashi Nishihata (Born 1948). Often times it's hard to differentiate Bizen from Tamba. For Tamba vs. Bizen, Tamba works usually have more of a purplish and metallic tone as seen on this stately jar by veteran potter Nishihata Sueharu, father of Tadashi. It has a confident form--reminiscent of old Korean henko jars--and classic Tamba firing. In perfect condition with his signature on base. Original box included.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1980 item #1312989 (stock #E5)
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A fine signed vase acquired from the artist in 1975.Shigaraki ware is a pottery produced mainly in Shigaraki area in Koka city, Shiga prefecture. Shigaraki ware is characterized by its distinctive form brought by the wood firing; the reddish-orange (scarlet) color from oxidation of iron in the clay, natural ash glaze acquired from the deposit of ashes in the kilns, and “Koge (Burn)”, the result of being buried under embers during firing...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1980 item #1312983 (stock #E6)
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A fine contempory Arita dish acquired in Japan in 1980.The beginning of Arita took place during Hideyoshi Toyotomi’s Imjin War in Korea. The fruitless 7 years of battle was brought to a close with Toyotomi’s death. During this time, many of the feudal lords, or daimyo, returned home from the Korean Peninsula bringing potters with them. Naoshige Nabeshima of the Nabeshima clan in Saga Prefecture was no exception...