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Contemporary large Setoguro guinomi by Yamada Kazu

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1166878 (stock# SLR 105)

Contemporary large Setoguro guinomi by Yamada Kazu
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Bamboo Grove



$500.00 

This fine large Setoguro (pulled from the fire) guinomi (sake cup) with a clever carved foot was made by one of the finest Mino potters currently working in Japan, Yamada Kazu (b. 1954). His Setoguro wares are considered amongst the finest currently made in Japan. His father is Yamada Kenkichi and his uncle is Living National Treasure Yamada Jozan. His works were influenced by Koie Ryoji, Suzuki Osamu and Kato Tokuro, the last of whom was a friend. He is widely exhibited in Japan and worldwi ...click for details


Contemporary black Bizen guinomi by Masamune Moriyasu

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1166877 (stock# SLR 104)

Contemporary black Bizen guinomi by Masamune Moriyasu
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Bamboo Grove



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This very nice Kuro (black) Bizen guinomi (sake cup) was from the last firing by master potter Masamune Moriyasu before his death a few years ago. He is also known as Satoru and Kengo. The sake cup is 1 ½” high and 3” wide from the widest part. As with the Nakamura family, he was a potter of traditional wares and was very highly thought of in Japan. This guinomi is nicely shaped and has a fine surface with ash deposits from the firing. The artist name and seal are on the top of the original ...click for details


Contemporary Bizen guinomi by Yuho Kaneshige

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1166874 (stock# SLR 103)

Contemporary Bizen guinomi by Yuho Kaneshige
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Bamboo Grove



$500.00 

This finely fired guinomi (sake cup) of Yuho's darker Inbe style has a very nice crusty ash glazing from the firing. It is 1 7/8” high and 3” from widest part. Yuho’s works are not common in the US. He is the son of Okayama Prefectural Treasure, Sozan. His uncle Toyo Kaneshige was the first Living National Treasure for Bizen pottery. Yuho was born 1950. His works are popular in Japan and widely exhibited. He has also received the Japanese Ceramic Prize for his work. The artist name a ...click for details


Contemporary tall Bizen guinomi by Isezaki Koichiro

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1129123 (stock# SLR 102)

Contemporary tall Bizen guinomi by Isezaki Koichiro
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Bamboo Grove



$170.00 

This finely fired tall guinomi (sake nomi) with numerous surface firing effects was made by Isezaki Koichiro (1974~), son of Living National Treasure Isezaki Jun. Koichiro studied with prominent American artist Jeff Shapiro and with Jun's most famous apprentice Kakurezaki Ryuichi. He is a very talented rising star and recently had one of his chawan exhibited at the prestigious show "About the Tea Ceremony" in the Tokyo Museum of Modern Art Craft Gallery. It is 3 ¼” high and 2” i ...click for details


Contemporary Kuroshibu guinomi by Hamada Jyunri

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1129121 (stock# SLR 101)

Contemporary Kuroshibu guinomi by Hamada Jyunri
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Bamboo Grove



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This ruggedly potted guinomi (sake cup) with a dark iron body and green ash surface glazing was made by Hamada Jyunri, a talented potter who is not well known in the west. It is 2” high and 2 ½” in diameter. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood box. It is in excellent condition.


Contemporary Nezumi Shino guinomi by Sato Kazuji

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1129118 (stock# SLR 100)

Contemporary Nezumi Shino guinomi by Sato Kazuji
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Bamboo Grove



$120.00 

This nicely decorated Nezumi (grayish) Shino guinomi (sake cup) was made by Mino potter Sato Kazuji (1948~), who is noted for his Shino and Oribe style wares. While not well known outside of Japan, his work is popular there. It is 2 ¼” high and 2 ¾” in diameter. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood box; his mark is on the bottom of the sake cup. It is in excellent condition.


Contemporary Arita ware yunomi by Yasukazi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1129116 (stock# SLR 099)

Contemporary Arita ware yunomi by Yasukazi
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Bamboo Grove



$120.00 

This finely decorated porcelain yunomi (tea cup) in the Arita style depicts two men fishing in a boat. It was made by a potter with the family name of Yasukazi. Not much else is known about him. The piece came from the collection of a noted Japanese chajin (tea man) named Hatayama, who himself is known for the quality of the tea scoops that he makes for chanoyu. It is 3 ¼” high and 3” in diameter. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood box; his signature is on the bottom ...click for details


Contemporary Nanban Karatsu guinomi by Nakazato Takashi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1129114 (stock# SLR 098)

Contemporary Nanban Karatsu guinomi by Nakazato Takashi
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Bamboo Grove



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This finely fired Nanban Karatsu guinomi (sake cup) was made by the thirteenth generation potter Nakazato Takashi (1937~), son of Living National Treasure Nakazato Muon. It is typified by the orange body color and light ash deposits which Takashi developed and bears a resemblance to some Bizen firings. He studied with the noted scholar-potter Koyama Fujio and his works are popular worldwide. It is 1 3/8” high and 2 7/8” in diameter. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood bo ...click for details


Contemporary Kohiki style guinomi by Mizutani Wataru

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1127398 (stock# SLR 097)

Contemporary Kohiki style guinomi by Mizutani Wataru
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Bamboo Grove



$85.00 

This nicely formed guinomi (sake cup) with interesting firing effects in the Kohiki style was made by Mizutani Wataru, a member of a group of younger potters who works in an inventive manner in number of traditional styles. The cup is 1 ¼” high and 3 ¾” wide. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood box. It is in excellent condition.


Contemporary Shigaraki guinomi by Tsujimura Kai

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 1127397 (stock# SLR 096)

Contemporary Shigaraki guinomi by Tsujimura Kai
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Bamboo Grove



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This early guinomi (sake cup) in the Shigaraki style with fine clay flavor was made by Tsujimura Kai (1976~). Kai is the son of the famous, some say notorious, Tsujimura Shiro, one of the master clay artists currently working in Japan. Kai has mastered Shigaraki, Iga, Karatsu and Kohiki styles. The cup is 2 ¼” high and 2 ½” wide. The artist’s signature is on the top of the original wood box and his mark is on the bottom of the sake cup. It is in excellent condition.

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