All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Jars : Contemporary item #1445013 (stock #RS-13)
Gallery Rex
$2,870.00
Sadamitsu Sugimoto, a great master of the ceramic art scene in Japan, was led by Tachibana Daiki the great Zen teacher and has been producing a lot of masterpieces through over 40 years .He has been studying the world of “wabi, sabi, and yugen” as his life's theme. This water container is Iga (stoneware) work that is made by archaic way in old style kiln "anagama" burning red pine wood in 10 days at 1350 degrees Celsius and it is repeated 3 times...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1444933
Quality Chadogu
$560.00
A meoto, his and hers, yunomi pair cups in silver and gold covered with smooth and shiny yellow and lavender by rising star Ichikawa Toru enclosed in the original signed wood box.
Size, D 8.1 and 8.2 cm H 11.1 and 11.8 cm
Condition, Excellent
Ichikawa Toru was born in Tokyo in 1973. He was apprenticed to the Bizen master Kakurezaki Ryuichi for five years before establishing his own kiln in 2015 in Okayama...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Sculptural : Contemporary item #1444924 (stock #Hj7)
Japanese Hakata Doll Rare Collectible Geisha Dancer Ningyo Umbrella Fukuoka

Made in Japan

Condition: Brand new, include the original packaging with artist signature plaque

Hakata art doll featuring geisha girl wearing purple kimono, a very nice purple kimono hand-painted motif of sakura flower. She is wearing a traditional umbrella with a nice life-like pose. This hakata doll will make a great gift to yourself, your family and friends...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1444852
Quality Chadogu
One Available
An assortment of sake cups by some of Japans most sought artists representing pottery traditions from throughout the country. Goto Hideki, Wakao Kei (SOLD), Ichino Masahiko (SOLD and Niisato Akio (SOLD), all forerunners in their genre and these bowls representing their most popular styles. We have carefully screened and selected each work as a masterpiece unto itself, and feel very confident you will agree...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1444830 (stock #A21)
Japanese Shigaraki Stoneware for Home Decor or Vase

Made in Japan

Condition: Very good for its age

This is a Shigaraki vase stoneware, a very nice earthly colors with ash glaze and rustic look. If you like the flavor of earth, this vase is a perfect choice, it has this exotic rustic style. Shigaraki ware is stoneware made in Shigaraki area, Japan. The kiln is one of the ‘Six Old Kilns’ in Japan...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1444786
Quality Chadogu
$950.00
Ash encrusts this vase by the youthful star Tsujimura Yui enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Iga Mimitsuki Hanaire. Slight degradation of the rim creates a very organic feel. The form, shows scars where kutsuki (other items) have fused to it in the heat of the conflagration...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1444783
Quality Chadogu
$1,380.00
A stoic old codger by Furutani Michio stooped at the shoulders and yet standing proud, like some old soldier on Remembrance Day. This is a superb example of this important artists work, showing both his reverence for traditional form and the lengths he went ot reviving the traditions of wood fired kiln effects...
All Items : Artists : Metalwork : Contemporary item #1444737 (stock #TRC210506)
The style of this vase, known in Japanese as karakane (“kara” meaning Chinese and “kane” meaning copper), has been carried on by Japanese craftsmen since its theorized introduction during China’s Tang Dynasty. Falling in and out of fashion over the centuries as Japan alternated between preferences for Chinese style tea-ware and more homegrown versions, today it remains a common fixture in many tea rooms...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1444736 (stock #TRC2105065)
This depiction of the eternal “ensō” on a backdrop of pearly white feldspar over red clay signifies enlightenment, the eternal, the nothingness, and the freedom of the mind to envision and to create...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pre 2000 item #1444646 (stock #TRC210503)
A large and powerful composition displaying beads of feldspar strung across a canvas of red ferrous clay. A perfect addition for tea practitioners in need of a good Shino piece or for collectors looking for a classic and exceptional example of this type of pottery.

As the name suggests to anyone familiar with Japanese pottery, Kato Toyohisa (b. 1962) hails from a long line of Mino potters...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1444617 (stock #1725)
A faceted gourd shape of twisting lobes in soft green celadon by Sodeisha legend Suzuki Osamu enclosed in the original signed wooden box. It is roughly 14 cm (5-1/2 inches) tall and in excellent condition.
Suzuki Osamu (1926-2001) was, along with Kumakura Junkichi, Hikaru Yamada and Yagi Kazuo, one of the founding members of Sodeisha. He studied pottery at the Daini Kogyo Gakko in Kyoto. In 1948 he helped to establish Sodeisha...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Pre 1990 item #1444581


Size: 21.5cm, 13.7cm

condition is good. no chips or cracks.

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I have more Kakiemon works , please let me know if you are interested in seeing their images and details. Tell me please also what you are interested in or look for. I have more inventories not listed online store and I might have what you look for. Please do not hesitate to contact me either phone or email anytime...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 1990 item #1444579


Size: H34cm, W15cm

condition is in excellent, comes with an original box.

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I have more Ken Matsuzaki works , please let me know if you are interested in seeing their images and details. Tell me please also what you are interested in or look for...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Pre 1990 item #1444577


Size: H2.4cm, W10.6cm

condition is in excellent, comes with an original box.

Shipping cost overseas: contact for details

I have more Kakiemon works, please let me know if you are interested in seeing their images and details. Tell me please also what you are interested in or look for. I have more inventories not listed online store and I might have what you look for. Please do not hesitate to contact me either phone or email anytime. If you could t...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 1980 item #1444507 (stock #H2e)
Japanese Shigaraki Pottery Ceramic Vase Decor Bucket Style

Made in Japan

Condition: good for its age, no damage

This unique vase formed like a bucket is made of Shigaraki pottery. This bucket has a very simple yet tranquil style. The vase is a little bit heavy. You can use this to decorate with flowers. The vase is dated Showa Period.

Shigaraki is one of the oldest pottery towns in Japan with a history dating back more than 1,200 years. Historians say that local kilns we...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1444503 (stock #St5)
Lovely Japanese Studio Vase Contemporary Pottery

Made in Japan

Size:

Condition: Very good condition- use for display only with original box

This Japanese studio vase is made of ceramic with a nice unique design- it looks like a roots, with beautiful green color. The studio is a perfect size to use for flower arrangement. This will add beauty into your home.

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1444442 (stock #YH03)
This is a Kutani bowl with a pattern called “net pattern” created by a mid-career Kutani ware artist, Yoko Hasatani.

Diameter: 3.9 inches / 100 mm
Height: 1.9 inches / 49 mm
Weight: 2.9 oz / 81 g

After obtaining the ceramic bowl from Kyoto, Hasatani processed it as follows: paint “net” pattern in red using a thin paintbrush and fire the cup at 650 degrees Celsius, and paint pattern in gold and fire it at 650 degrees Celsius.

Hasatani likes ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1444441 (stock #YH02)
This is a Kutani cup with a pattern called “Hide and Seek” made by a mid-career Kutani ware artist, Yoko Hasatani. This pattern was created and named by Hasatani. One tiny butterfly is hiding in the pattern. (Please see the pictures #1, 2, 4 and 6.)

Diameter: 2.2 inches / 57 mm
Height: 2.4 inches / 60 mm
Weight: 2.6 oz / 74 g

After obtaining the ceramic cup from Kyoto, Hasatani processed it as follows: paint Hide and Seek pattern in red using a thin paintb...