Meiji Bijutsu
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 1990 item #1224019
Meiji Bijutsu
$190.00
A splendid hanaire (vase) made by a Bizen potter named Fujimaki Shiho, born in 1929.

Bizen pottery is a more than one thousand year old tradition, characterized by a usually reddish, strong ironlike body, which is traditionally unglazed but may feature ash glaze from wood firing.

Fujimaki Shiho is a recognized Bizen potter. His kiln, established in 1978 and located in the village of Higashi-katakami (Okayama prefecture), near Inbe, is called Daito-gama...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 1990 item #1221969
Meiji Bijutsu
$190.00
An attractive hanaire (vase) made by a master potter named Kato Shuntei (1927-1995), a second generation potter who inherited the name from his father in 1961. Basing his work on rather traditional shapes and techniques, he became a prominent Seto ware potter, along with his younger brother Kato Shunto. He received several prices in important exhibitions, such as the Asahi Togei-ten (Asahi Ceramics Exhibition) and the Nihon Dento Kogei-ten (Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition)...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 2000 item #1196449
Meiji Bijutsu
$145.00
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This beautiful set of two Bizen kaki (flower pots) was made by an artist named Moritoki Taiyu. Bizen is one of the six oldest remaining Japanese pottery traditions. Bizen is a small town in Okayama prefecture (ancient Bizen province). There, for more than one thousand years, potters have been producing a sober yet strong looking wood fired ceramic...