Koyama Tomonori (b. 1953) is a younger Japanese potter from Nagano. He is more noted for his fine Oribe style wares, but he also fires in a nice Shino style. It comes with a signed box. It is 2" high and 2 ¼" in diameter. It is in excellent condition.
This is a fine Nezumi Shino guinomi (sake cup) by the very talented potter Oguri. This guinomi has a nice thick feldspar glazing, making it suitable for warm or hot sake. It comes with an artist's signed box. It is 2 ¼” high and 2 ¼” in diameter. It is in excellent condition.
Harada (b. 1941) is considered one of the finest Bizen potters alive today. He has won numerous awards and prizes, including the Japanese Ceramic Society prize. This a very strongly potted and carved guinomi (sake cup or wine cup) with a nice overlay of milky white flying goma contrasting with the dark body of the guinomi. It is 2” high and 2 ½” in diameter. It is in excellent condition.
Ishii (b. 1977) is a very popular young Japanese potter who 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. This is a very nice white glazed chawan (tea cup) with artist's box. It is 3 ¾” high and 5” wide. It is in excellent condition.