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Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Kako Katsumi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Pre 2000   item# 849491 (stock# SLR 046)

Contemporary guinomi (sake cup) by Kako Katsumi
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The ash glazed guinomi (sake cup) was made by 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. It is 2 high and 3 wide. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.


Contemporary black Raku chawan by Sasaki Shoraku III

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Pre 2000   item# 849475 (stock# SLR 043)

Contemporary black Raku chawan by Sasaki Shoraku III
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Sasaki Shoraku III (b. 1944) is one of the best Raku-yaki potters in Japan. His family's chawan (tea cup) are widely used by cha no yu (Japanese tea ceremony) practitioners across Japan. It is 3 high and 4 wide. It comes in a signed box and is in perfect condition.


Contemporary yunomi (tea cup) by Fujioka Shuhei

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 849474 (stock# SLR 042)

Contemporary yunomi (tea cup) by Fujioka Shuhei
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This is a finely fired yunomi (tea cup) by one of the finest Iga style potters in Japan today. Fujioka Shuhei (b. 1947) was born in Ueno city in Iga prefecture, one of the oldest pottery sites in Japan. Shuhei started his own kiln in 1975. He is featured in the book 125 Contemporary Potters of Japan. The yunomi is 3 high and 3 wide. It comes in a signed box and is in perfect condition.


Contemporary Bizen Rinka sake cup by Kaneshige Yuho

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 827309 (stock# SLR 032)

Contemporary Bizen Rinka sake cup by Kaneshige Yuho
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This is a very nicely fired guinomi (sake cup) in a less common shape called Rinka (flower shape). There are many different rich surfaces on this guinomi from the firing. Yuho (b. 1950) is the son of Sozan, an Okayama Prefectural Treasure. He also is the nephew of Kaneshige Toyo, the first Living National Treasure for Bizen pottery. He has received the Japanese Ceramic Society prize for his work. It is 2 high and 2 wide. It comes in a signed box and is in perfect condition.


Contemporary Bizen sake cup by Nakamura Makoto

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 827302 (stock# SLR 031)

Contemporary Bizen sake cup by Nakamura Makoto
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This is a very fine guinomi (sake cup) by Nakamura Makoto, one of the finest makers of sake vessels in Japan. His father was Nakamura Rokuro, also considered one of the finest makers of sake vessels in his day. Makoto has been influenced by Rosanjin and LNT (Living National Treasure) Kaneshige Toyo. This cup has many nice surface effects from the firing and is superbly formed. It is 2 high and 2 wide. It comes in a signed box and is in perfect condition.


Japanese Kokuyu (black) guinomi by Kako Katsumi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Pre 2000   item# 819198 (stock# SLR 024)

Japanese Kokuyu (black) guinomi by Kako Katsumi
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This is a fine Chinese style black sake cup with a fine silky black surface. 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. It comes with a signed box. It is 2 high and 3 in diameter. It is in excellent condition.


Japanese Beni Shino guinomi by Kouchi Hidetoshi

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 819195 (stock# SLR 023)

Japanese Beni Shino guinomi  by Kouchi Hidetoshi
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$170.00 

This nicely shaped and fired red Shino guinomi (sake cup) was made by Kouchi Hidetoshi (b. 1960)--a talented Seto Style potter born in Aichi prefecture who exhibits in many Japanese galleries and finer department stores. It comes with a signed box. It is 2 1/8 high and 3 in diameter. It is in excellent condition.


Japanese Bizen yunomi by Nakamura Makoto

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 819188 (stock# SLR 022)

Japanese Bizen yunomi  by Nakamura  Makoto
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$200.00 

This finely fired yunomi (informal tea cup) with sangiri markings on the body was made by one of the finest makers of sake drinking vessels in Bizen. Makoto is the son of the late Rokuro, who was considered one of the finest makers of Bizen sake vessels in his day. Makoto has been influenced by Rosanjin and LNT (Living National Treasure) Kaneshige Toyo. It comes with signed box. It is 3 high and 2 in diameter. It is in excellent condition.


Japanese Kuro Bizen guinomi by Nomura Ichiro

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 819185 (stock# SLR 021)

Japanese Kuro Bizen guinomi by Nomura Ichiro
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$170.00 

This is a very fine black Bizen sake cup by a popular Japanese potter Nomura Ichiro (b. 1953, Okayama pref.) who studied under Kaneshige Kosuke, son of LNT (Living National Treasure) Kaneshige Toyo. It comes with a signed box. It is 2 high and 2 in diameter. It is in excellent condition.


Japanese Nanban Karatsu guinomi by Nakazato Taki

Catalogue: Artists: Ceramics: Pottery: Cups: Contemporary   item# 819179 (stock# SLR 020)

Japanese Nanban Karatsu guinomi by Nakazato Taki
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$150.00 

This fine low guinomi (sake cup) was made by Taki. Taki (b. 1965) is the son of the famous Nakazato Takashi who developed the Nanban style of Karatsu ware. Taki is also the grandson of LNT (Living National Treasure) Nakazato Tarouemon XII. Members of his family have been potters for 400 years. It comes with a signed box. It is 1 3/8 high and 3 in diameter. It is in excellent condition.

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