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Contemporary small Mashiko tokkuri by Hamada Tomoo

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 1201731 (stock# SLR 121)

Contemporary small Mashiko tokkuri by Hamada Tomoo
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$250.00 

This nicely fired small Mashiko style tokkuri (sake pourer) with red over glazed enamel designs was made by Hamada Tomoo, the grandson of the great Living National Treasure Hamada Shoji, through his father Hamada Shinseki. Tomoo has become a noted potter in his own right. Tomoo has worked to revitalize the Mashiko tradition with newer, more original works, such as this tokkuri. It is 4 1/4" high and 3" wide from the widest part. The artist name and seal are inside of the original ...click for details


Contemporary black Bizen sake bottle by Miyao Masahiro

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 1184085 (stock# SLR 117)

Contemporary black Bizen sake bottle by Miyao Masahiro
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Bamboo Grove



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This very fine tokkuri (sake bottle, or pourer) with an unusual dark firing and a nice bright ash glaze feature on the side was made by Miyao Masahiro, one of the Young Lions, the younger generation of very talented potters working in Bizen style. It is 6 1/4" high and 3 1/2" wide from the widest part. The artist name and seal are on the top of the original wood box; his name is on the bottom of the sake bottle. It is in excellent condition.


Celadon tokkuri (sake bottle) by Minegishi Seiko

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 1168643 (stock# SLR 112)

Celadon tokkuri (sake bottle) by Minegishi Seiko
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This beautifully fired celadon tokkuri (sake bottle) was made by Minegishi Seiko (b. 1952). Minegishi is one of the finest artists currently working in the style in Japan. His trademark fluted skirt appears around the base of the sake bottle. Another characteristic feature of his work is the lovely cracked ice pattern in the surface of the glaze which sets it apart from the work of others working in the celadon style. His work is always in demand due to the high quality, high loss during firi ...click for details


Contemporary Bizen tokkuri by Isezaki Koichiro

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 1125450 (stock# SLR 088)

Contemporary Bizen tokkuri by Isezaki Koichiro
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Bamboo Grove



$200.00 

This finely fired tokkuri (sake bottle) was made by Isezaki Koichiro, son of the current Living National Treasure for Bizen wares, Isezaki Jun. Koichiro is a popular and very talented younger potter who has taken influences from his father, Jeff Shapiro, and Kakurezaki Ryuichi and made them his own with very strong and creative results. This is a finely fired tokkuri with many nice firing effects. The artist’s signature is on the side of the original wood box and his mark is on the bottom of ...click for details


Contemporary Bizen tokkuri by Morimoto Yoshinobu

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Pre 2000   item# 1113287 (stock# SLR 077)

Contemporary Bizen tokkuri by Morimoto Yoshinobu
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Bamboo Grove



$600.00 

This is a very nicely fired large sake bottle by Morimoto Yoshinobu. The bottle is fired in the style of Abe Anjin, one of the greats of contemporary Bizen style pottery. Morimoto studied with Abe Anjin before setting up his own studio. It is 6” high and 4” from the widest part. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood box. It is in excellent condition.


Contemporary tokkuri by Yoshikawa Masamichi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Pre 2000   item# 1113285 (stock# SLR 076)

Contemporary tokkuri by Yoshikawa Masamichi
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This fine tall sake vessel (could be used as a small vase) with geometric decoration was made by noted porcelain artist Yoshikawa Masamichi. Yoshikawa has won numerous awards and his works are held in many collections worldwide. He is also noted for his installations in public places in Japan. It is 7 5/8” high and 2 ¾” from the widest part. The artist’s signature is inside of the original wood box and on the bottom of the vessel. It is in excellent condition.


Oni Shino Tokkuri (sake vessel) by Tsukigata Nahiko

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Pre 2000   item# 1113275 (stock# SLR 072)

Oni Shino Tokkuri (sake vessel) by Tsukigata Nahiko
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$1500.00 

Tsukigata originated the name Oni Shino for the dark, powerful style of firing of this fine sake bottle. He studied with Arakawa Toyozo, one of the all time greats of 20th century Japanese ceramics. He was widely published and exhibited during his lifetime. His works are quite rarely seen outside of Japan. It is 5 ½” high and 4” from the widest part. The artist’s signature is on the bottom of the sake vessel and on the top of the original, fitted wood box. It is in excellent condition. ...click for details


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 ¾” wide. The artist’s signature is on the bottom. It is in excellent condition and comes with a wood box.


Contemporary white glazed tokkuri by Ishii Takahiro

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Contemporary   item# 864365 (stock# SLR 053)

Contemporary white glazed tokkuri by Ishii Takahiro
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This nice gourd shape Hakuyu (white) glazed tokkuri (sake bottle) was made by the extremely popular young Japanese potter Ishii Takahiro. Ishii (b. 1977) was apprenticed under the well known Bizen potter, Kakurezaki Ryuichi. He fires in many styles and is constantly expanding his repertoire. His gallery shows are often sellouts. The sake bottle is 5” high and 3 ¾” on the widest part. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.


Contemporary tokkuri (sake bottle) by Kako Katsumi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Bottles: Pre 2000   item# 864346 (stock# SLR 051)

Contemporary tokkuri (sake bottle) by Kako Katsumi
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This nice shorter Matsu-Yuki tokkuri was made by noted contemporary potter Kako Katsumi. Kako (b. 1965) came from a family of commercial potters from Kyoto, but decided at an early age to become an art potter. He is highly thought of by several Japanese ceramic magazines and has won the grand prize at the prestigious Tea Forms Exhibition in Japan. The sake bottle is 5” high and 3 1/2” wide. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.

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