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Looking something akin to dragon skin with gilded beads glistening between the scales, this recent creation by young artist Hiramatsu Ryoma demonstrates his creative imagination and challenges the traditional boundaries of what defines a guinomi (Saké cup)...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1312567 (stock #TRC1565)
The light-grey glazed interior of this piece makes an inviting backdrop for a smooth cup of saké. The exterior by contrast is matte with a slightly coarse texture making it easy to hold in the hand. Overall it has a decidedly modern feel to it however the techniques used to produce this attractive guinomi go back many generations...
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A fine chawan (tea bowl) by Yamato Kiyoshi (b. 1953), a recognized potter from the Hagi pottery tradition. The Yamato family of potters has been associated with Hagi pottery since the end of the 19th century, when Yamato Shoroku (the 11th Rinchinan) established the Shoroku kiln in 1895.

This well balanced bowl is a superb example of the genre...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Pre 1970 item #1363089 (stock #HSSV#1)
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Classic Hamada Shoji lugged vase measuring approximately 20.5cm high and just over 10cm wide, this vase is made of stoneware and then was covered in a thin wash over the surface. The vase was dipped at angles almost kakewake style in a rich dark temmoku which breaks to a rusty accent here and there and also in the classic Hamada nuka glaze which has a wonderful quality and various effects about the surface with the attached lugs adding a nice focal point to the form...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1411551 (stock #483)
An exquisite tri-faceted Kake-hanaire displaying the various affects of rough Iga clay by Tsujimura Kai enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Iga Kake-hanaire. One side shows a crescent moon shaped kutsuki forms a rakish grin,the others thick coating of green glass. A beautiful and excellent example of this young artist work...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1395307 (stock #376)
If you are looking for a good wall vase,this will be the one! A virtual textbook on Yohen firing effects. Tamadare, Shinshoku, koge, and others decorate this spectacular Iga Kake-hanaire vase by Fukioka Shuhei enclosed in the original signed wooden box. One side shows bare earth, the other bright red flame-licked clay. Overall a very powerful presentation, fulfilling all our expectations from this important artist...
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The warm color os persimmons and pale white of mochi rice cakes alternate on the side of this fissured sake Tokkuri by Ichino Kenta enclosed in the original signed wooden box. There is something very pleasing about the size and shape, and the warmth of the colors is inviting on a cool evening. A young potter, Ichino Kenta was born in Tamba in 1986, son of Ichino Hideyuki...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1255669 (stock #HG-55)
Vase, Hanaire, Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Munetoshi. Kaki (persimmon) & White glazes with red & green overglaze enamel decorations of snow on bamboo grass (yuki mochi sasa) & stripes. H. 9.5"(24cm) x 2.25"(5.75cm) Square. Ideal for placement in tokonoma. **A companion piece is also available in Blue (instead of Kaki) Glaze. Tagami Munetoshi (b. 1972) is the son of Tagami Isamu and grandson of Sudo Takeo...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1415732 (stock #1437)
A black Raku Guinomi by Hashimoto Tomonari enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Raku Yaki Kohen Guinomi. It is 2-1/4 inches (6 cm) across, the same height and in excellent condition, directly from the artist this winter.
Hashimoto Tomonari was born the son of a sculptor and has felt comfortable with the processes of creation since childhood. He graduated with a masters from the Kanazawa University of Art in March 2017, then relocated to Shigaraki...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1407405 (stock #TRC186202)
Reminiscent of a perfectly formed oyster shell or the shell of a hermit crab, this recent creation by young artist Hiramatsu Ryoma demonstrates his creative imagination—influenced heavily by forms he discovered in nature. Described on the box as a “ammonite/ guinomi” (ammonite/ sake cup), Hiramatsu says his inspiration for this piece (and several others) came from an ancient form of sea life known as an ammonite—a large spiraled mollusk who’s shells are often found fossilized today...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1417824 (stock #1449)
A black Raku round Sake Cup by Hashimoto Tomonari enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Raku Yaki Yohen Guinomi. It is 2-3/4 inches (7 cm) across, 2-1/4 inches (6 cm) tall and in excellent condition, directly from the artist this winter.
Hashimoto Tomonari was born the son of a sculptor and has felt comfortable with the processes of creation since childhood. He graduated with a masters from the Kanazawa University of Art in March 2017, then relocated to Shigaraki...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1410306 (stock #1372)
A slender ash encrusted form by Kido Akihiko mounted with a metal ring for hanging and enclosed in the original singed wooden box...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1372577 (stock #1112)
Earth tones and patterns of waves of grass and a silver moon by Teramoto Mamoru enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Yakishime Zogan In. White slip is inlayed into the cloth patterned surface to create the waves, and then silver, gold and red are applied before firing. The edge is left rough, allowing the viewer to experience both visually and through touch the raw nature of the earth used to create the bowl. It is roughly 12 inches (30 cm) diameter, 3 inches (8 cm) tall and in e...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1407403 (stock #TRC186203)
Reminiscent of a perfectly formed oyster shell or the shell of a hermit crab, this recent creation by young artist Hiramatsu Ryoma demonstrates his creative imagination—influenced heavily by forms he discovered in nature. Described on the box as a “ammonite/ guinomi” (ammonite/ sake cup), Hiramatsu says his inspiration for this piece (and several others) came from an ancient form of sea life known as an ammonite—a large spiraled mollusk who’s shells are often found fossilized today. We...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Jars : Contemporary item #1206765 (stock #GG.M13.3)
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Mizusashi, Fresh Water Jar used in Chanoyu, by George Gledhill; Payette, ID. Wood fired with Shino Glaze interior. H. 4.875"(12.5cm) x Dia. 7.5"(19cm.) Mouth opening 4.5"(11.5cm.) Volume = 64oz (2,000cc.) There have been several influences to George Gledhill’s ceramic work. Buddhism has been a guiding force in life for many years, and George even visits local prisons to teach the Dharma to inmates. Through pottery and Buddhism, he was exposed to Tea practitioners who complimented his work and ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1206821 (stock #GG.C13.4)
Wood & Gas Fired Matcha Chawan, Tea Bowl, by George Gledhill; Payette, ID. Ash Glaze. Called "Moon Bowl," this bowl features a serendipitous circle of glaze floating like a moon in the night sky. H. 3.5"(9cm) x Dia. 4.5"(11.5cm.) This bowl was wood fired, than fired an additional two time in a gas kiln. There have been several influences to George Gledhill’s ceramic work. Buddhism has been a guiding force in life for many years, and George even visits local prisons to teach the Dharma to inmat...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1388525
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A charming chawan (tea bowl) from the Shino pottery tradition, made by a potter named Tanabei Kenji, whose kiln is located in Gifu prefecture.

Tanabei Kenji has always been a student of his craft, traveling all the way to Pakistan to study pottery, and also firing potteries in Okinawa.

The soft white glaze, like sugar coating, over a red body gives this particular vessel a soothing pink aura; it is an ideal companion for a tea ceremony in the Spring. Or more casually, when the occa...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Pre 2000 item #1394323
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A superb chawan (tea bowl), veiled by a mesmerizing bluish glaze, made by Kato Sho.

Kato Sho (1927-2001) was a major Seto potter, bestowed with some of the most important awards on the Japanese pottery scene and recognized as an Intangible Cultural Property of the Aichi prefecture in 2000; a great achievement. During his prolific career, he exposed in some of the best venues in Japan like the Asahi and Nitten expositions, and exhibited his work abroad as well: United States, Mexico, New Ze...