Functional pottery by Craig Bird, Albedo 3 StudioALBEDO 3 STUDIO
Home
 
TAMBA HIKIDASHI-CHAWAN BY IMANISHI MASAHIKO

browse these categories for related items...
Directory: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bowls: Contemporary: item # 1222392

Please refer to our stock # #7168 when inquiring.

Click to view additional online
photographs:
1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6


Albdeo 3 Studio
Scenic Mohawk Valley
Little Falls, New York
315-508-5099

Guest Book

$295.00

TAMBA HIKIDASHI-CHAWAN BY IMANISHI MASAHIKO
This chawan represents a modern retelling of Tamba (Tanba) pottery and is by one of the new generation potters; Imanishi Masahiko (b. 1971). This glazed chawan was pulled out of a red hot kiln, hikidashi style and the frozen surface is a wide variety of colors and tones including bidoro green, blue, black and shimmering silver-grey on the foot. The wet surface has a real depth to it making for a rather unique and rarely seen style. Imanishi Masahiko is part of the modern movement in Tamba creating a new style of experimentation and innovation that has spread quickly among his contemporaries like Ichino Masahiko.

This chawan measures 5.25" x 3.6" is in excellent, original condition and comes complete with its signed wood box and cloth.



Page design by TROCADERO © 1998-2013 View Cart
Categories Shops Join Terms Critique Map Help