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Contemporary Shiro-Hagi Chawan by Shibuya Deishi

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Contemporary Shiro-Hagi Chawan by Shibuya Deishi
A huge white Hagi tea bowl by contemporary potter Shibuya Deishi enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The thick white glaze for which the artist is known crawls to reveal bare terracotta and dark iron in flashes of color. Very powerful, it is roughly 5 inches (13 cm) diameter, 3-3/4 inches (10 cm) tall and in new condition.
Shibuya Deishi has been the head of the Hagi Industrial Ceramics Association for some 20 years now. A pillar in the Hagi community, he has been exhibited at numerous Local and National Expositions, including the National Modern Crafts Exhibition. Oni-Hagi is one style for which he is best known. You may see pieces by this artist under his new retired name as well, as he makes way for his son to take over the

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