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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 ¼” 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 ¼” 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 ¾” in diameter and 2 ¼” high. It is in perfect condition and comes with a signed box.


Contemporary yunomi (tea cup) by Mihara Ken

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 883136 (stock# SLR 057)

Contemporary yunomi (tea cup) by Mihara Ken
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Bamboo Grove



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This is a very nicely fired and shaped sekki style (unglazed) stoneware yunomi (tea cup). It can also be used as a traveler's chawan. The tea cup which has blue and gray with orange highlights was made by the noted Japanese ceramist Mihara Ken (b. 1958). He is a past winner of the Tanabe Museum's "Modern Tea Forms Exhibition" and other prizes. His works have been exhibited in the US and Japan and are influenced by ancient Japanese Yayoi and Sue ceramic traditions. The tea cu ...click for details


Contemporary black Raku chawan named “Wa-izumi”

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Pre 2000   item# 864376 (stock# SLR 055)

Contemporary black Raku chawan named “Wa-izumi”
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Bamboo Grove



Price reduced from $550.00 to $400.00 

This is a very fine example of the more conservative and traditional Raku chawan (tea bowl) which was made by the potter named Ichiraku. There is not much biographical information available on him. The chawan was named “Wa-Izumi” by Zen master Kanshu Roshi at the Daitoku Temple in Japan, the leading temple of the Rinzai Sect in Japan. The inside of the lid of the box is signed by him with the name of the chawan. Chawan named in this fashion are quite rare. It is 3 ¼” high and 4 ½” wide and i ...click for details


Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Takahara Takushi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 864371 (stock# SLR 054)

Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Takahara Takushi
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Bamboo Grove



$140.00 

This strongly modeled, inventively shaped Bizen guinomi (sake cup) was made by a very talented young Japanese potter Takahara Takushi. There is not much biographical information available on him. The sake cup is 3” high and 2 ½” wide. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.


Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Kako Katsumi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 864353 (stock# SLR 052)

Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Kako Katsumi
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Bamboo Grove



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This fine Matsu-Yuki guinomi with a free shape and flowing design 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 cup is 2 3/4” high and 2 1/2” wide. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.


Contemporary Iga guinomi (sake cup) by Furutani Kazuya

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 853706 (stock# SLR 050 )

Contemporary Iga guinomi (sake cup) by Furutani Kazuya
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Bamboo Grove



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This very finely shaped and fired Iga guinomi (sake cup) was made by Furutani Kazuya (b. 1976) who is the eldest son of the noted Shigaraki and Iga potter Furutani Michio. Michio was noted for building over 30 kilns during his life time and was celebrated for being one of the potters who helped renew the popularity of the Shigaraki style. It is 2 1/8” high and 2 1/8” wide. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.


Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Mihara Ken

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 849492 (stock# SLR 047)

Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Mihara Ken
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Bamboo Grove



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This Sekki (unglazed) style gray and blue guinomi (sake cup) was made by noted Japanese ceramist Mihara Ken (b. 1958). The guinomi has angular cut kodai (foot) and lustrous surface on the blue portion. Mihara Ken is winner of numerous prizes and is widely exhibited in Japan. His work is influenced by Japanese Yayoi and Sue ware. It is 1 ½” high and 2 ¾” wide. . It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.

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