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Contemporary Hidasuki guinomi by Wakimoto Hiroyuki

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 959865 (stock# SLR 070)

Contemporary Hidasuki guinomi by Wakimoto Hiroyuki
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Bamboo Grove



$160.00 

This very finely potted Hidasuki style guinomi with fine clay flavor, color and hidasuki cord markings is the work of Wakimoto Hiroyuki (b. 1952). Hiroyuki came from Nagasaki and studied with potter Yamashita Jyoji after studying at the Osaka University of Arts. He has won numerous awards and is widely exhibited. He is one of the major proponents of Bizen's Heisei era revival. Hiroyuki, along with Kakurezaki Ryuichi, brought about a new sense of design and form different from the 20th c ...click for details


Contemporary Kokuyu guinomi by Ishii Takahiro

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 959863 (stock# SLR 069)

Contemporary Kokuyu guinomi by Ishii Takahiro
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Bamboo Grove



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This finely shaped and glazed Kokuyu (black and white) guinomi (sake cup) is the work of a very popular and talented young Japanese potter Ishii Takahiro (b. 1977). Takahiro apprenticed under the famous contemporary Bizen style potter Kakurezaki Ryuichi. He fires in many styles and is constantly expanding his repertoire. His gallery shows usually are sellouts. It is 2 ½” high and 2 ½” wide. It comes in a signed wood box and is in perfect condition.


Contemporary Beni Shino guinomi by Kouchi Hidetoshi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 959859 (stock# SLR 067)

 Contemporary Beni Shino guinomi by Kouchi Hidetoshi
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Bamboo Grove



$170.00 

The very nicely fired larger Beni (red) Shino guinomi (sake cup) is the work of Kouchi Hidetoshi. Hidetoshi (b. 1960) is a talented Seto ware potter born in Aichi prefecture and exhibits in many Japanese galleries and finer department stores. It is 2 Ύ” high and 2 Ύ” wide. It comes in a signed wood box and is in perfect condition.


Contemporary temmoku guinomi (sake cup) by Kato Kenji

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 952312 (stock# SLR 065)

Contemporary temmoku guinomi (sake cup) by Kato Kenji
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Bamboo Grove



$400.00 

This petite, finely fired temmoku guinomi (sake cup) is made by Kato Kenji, who is known for his temmoku glazed works and Mino fired works. It has great surface and design outside as well as inside of the cup. It is 1 Ό” high and 2 Ύ” wide. It is in excellent condition and comes with a wood box.


Contemporary Shigaraki tokkuri by Tsujimura Kai

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 952309 (stock# SLR 063)

Contemporary Shigaraki  tokkuri by Tsujimura Kai
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Tsujimura Kai is second son of one of Japan's most famous contemporary potters, Tsujimura Shiro. This fine firing with excellent green ash glaze tokkuri (sake vessel) is 5” tall and 3 Ύ” wide. The artist’s signature is on the bottom. It is in excellent condition and comes with a wood box.


"Golden" Shino yunomi (tea cup) by Matsuzaki Ken

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 883146 (stock# SLR 062)

"Golden" Shino yunomi (tea cup) by Matsuzaki Ken
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Bamboo Grove



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The yunomi (tea cup) which has Basara (opulent) style of glazing was made by the famous Mashiko potter Matsuzaki Ken (b. 1950). This style of glazing is very rare; the cup also has a fine subtle shape. He studied with Living National Treasure Shimaoka Tatsuzo and has exhibited worldwide. His works are held in museums worldwide as well. The cup is 3” in diameter and 3 Ύ” high. It is in excellent condition and comes with a box signed by noted Japanese ceramic expert and dealer Robert Yellin. ...click for details


Contemporary Bizen guinomi (sake cup) by Mori Teisai

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 883145 (stock# SLR 061)

Contemporary Bizen guinomi (sake cup) by Mori Teisai
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Bamboo Grove



$185.00 

This very unusual individually potted and finely fired Bizen Hidasuki guinomi (sake cup) was made by Mori Teisai. He is the son of well known potter Mori Furai. The cup is 2 Ό” in diameter and 1 ½” high. It is in perfect condition and comes with a signed box.


Contemporary Bizen sake cup by Takahashi Saito

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 883144 (stock# SLR 060)

Contemporary Bizen sake cup by Takahashi Saito
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Bamboo Grove



$160.00 

This very nicely fired guinomi (sake cup) was made by Takahashi Saito. The potter is not well known outside of Japan, but quite talented. He has quite a lengthy article in the prestigious Japanese ceramics magazine "Honoho Geijutsu" #36. The cup is 2 ½” in diameter and 2 Ό” high. It is in perfect condition and comes with a signed box.


Contemporary Bizen guinomi (sake cup) by Koyama Shingo

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 883141 (stock# SLR 059)

Contemporary Bizen guinomi (sake cup) by Koyama Shingo
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Bamboo Grove



$145.00 

This very finely shaped and fired Bizen Hidasuki style guinomi (sake cup) was made by third generation Bizen potter Koyama Shingo (b. 1964), son of Shingo Issou II. Though a younger potter, he has won numerous awards and is well exhibited in Japan. He studied under Kaneshige Sozan, the brother of Living National Treasure Kaneshige Toyo. The cup is 2 1/8” in diameter and 2 1/8” high. It is in perfect condition and comes with a signed box.


Contemporary Oribe guinomi (sake cup) by Sato Kazuji

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 883138 (stock# SLR 058)

Contemporary Oribe guinomi (sake cup) by Sato Kazuji
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Bamboo Grove



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This very nicely shaped and decorated Oribe style guinomi (sake cup) was made by Sato Kazuji (b. 1948). He is a potter from Mino (city name in Japan) but noted for his Shino and Oribe style wares. While not well known outside of Japan, he is a popular potter there. The cup is 2 Ύ” in diameter and 2 Ό” high. It is in perfect condition and comes with a signed box.

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