All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Contemporary item #1335610 (stock #980)
An exquisite spotted blue vessel by Kimura Morikazu enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Tenmoku-yu Ichirin Sashi. It is 6 inches (15 cm) tall, 3 inches (7.5 cm) diameter and in excellent condition.
Kimura Morikazu was born to the house of a Kyo-yaki potter and studied under Ishiguro Munemaru. Morikazu established his first kiln in the Gojo Zaka area of Kyoto in 1947, moving to Fukui in 1976...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #988225 (stock ##4191)
Large Karatsu influenced high walled chawan with paddled, tataki design around the body under a rich haiyu glaze

Stoneware and glazes

5.2" x 4"

Functional, decorative and food safe

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1245769 (stock #JM-36Z)
Tea Bowl, Matcha CHawan. Shino Glaze with Iron Brushwork. John Miller; Portland, OR. H. 3.125"(8cm) x Dia. 4.25"(11cm.) John Salgir Miller was born in Elmira, NY, in 1974 and earned his BFA in ceramics and illustration from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. He has been inspired the mingei aesthetic and by the work of Shoji Hamada since he began studying ceramics in high school...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Contemporary item #864365 (stock #SLR 053)
This nice gourd shape Hakuyu (white) glazed tokkuri (sake bottle) was made by the extremely popular young Japanese potter Ishii Takahiro. Ishii (b. 1977) was 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. The sake bottle is 5” high and 3 ¾” on the widest part. It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Pre 2000 item #659545 (stock #111)
Kuro goma clings aggressively to the surface leaving one large eye of raw clay exposed; a fine Bizen Tokkuri Sake flask by Shibaoka Masashi enclosed in the original signed wooden box. It is 5 inches (12.5 cm) tall and in excellent condition. Masashi was born to the family of Shibaoka Kozan in 1946. He studied in Kyoto before returning to Okayama to work under his fathers tutelage. He has since been displayed at the Nihon Dento Kogei Ten (Japanese Traditional Crafts Exhibition) among others...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1335011 (stock #975)
A set of five Yunomi cups by five great artists of the Seto Region, Living National Treasure Kato Takuo, Kato Shunto Kato Sho, Kawamoto Goro and Suzuki Seisei. Each comes enclosed in a signed wooden box, the five boxes all grouped in one box of card paper. They are roughly 3-1/2 inches (9 cm) tall each and all are in excellent condition.
Kato Takuo, I am sure, requires no introduction. He was trained in ceramics by both his father, Kato Kobei, and at the Kyoto School of ceramics...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #883138 (stock #SLR 058)
This very nicely shaped and decorated Oribe style guinomi (sake cup) was made by Sato Kazuji (b. 1948). He is a potter from Mino (city name in Japan) but noted for his Shino and Oribe style wares. While not well known outside of Japan, he is a popular potter there. The cup is 2 ¾” in diameter and 2 ¼” high. It is in perfect condition and comes with a signed box.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 2000 item #487428 (stock #EC-7)
Clifton Karhu Woodblock Print. Matted & Framed. "Snow at Tango Cho", 1980. Print #9 of edition of 100. Print Image Size: H.10.375" x W.26.75". Frame Size: H.16.125" x W.32.75" Print and framing in excellent condition. Low print number of edition. A lovely view of snow covered, terraced fields along a rocky sea coast...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1142012 (stock #GG.Y.2)
Wood-fired Tea Cup (yunomi) by George Gledhill; Payette, ID. Shino glaze. H.3.25"(8.25cm) x Dia.2.75"(7cm.) 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 encouraged him to produce Tea wares...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Pre 1990 item #1133679 (stock ##7130)
Intriguing chawan in the Mino tradition with thick trails of a feldspar Shino glaze over a rich temmoku glaze. This novel approach was created by Mino prefecture potter, Shomura Shogo and was most likely made in the 1980's.

This chawan is in great condition, measures 5" x 3" and comes with its original signed box.

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1142009 (stock #GG.Y.12)
Wood-fired Yunomi, Tea Cup, by George Gledhill; Payette, ID. Ash Glaze. H.2.875"(7.25cm) x Dia.2.75"(7cm.) 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 encouraged him to produce Tea wares...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #865590 (stock #YC-122)
Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. This is a kata (mold) made yunomi, refered to in the local Mashiko dialect as a "mambo" yunomi. It has been a standard production item in Mashiko for many years. This cup features an "ame" (yellow - wheat gluten) glaze with an open medallion featuring a blue brushworked "sasa" bamboo leaf pattern. Volume = 6 oz/180ml. H.3.125"(8cm) X Dia.3.125"(8cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Pre 2000 item #668318 (stock #135)
2 traditional Hagi bowls from the important Kaneta family artists Masanao and his father Sanzaemon, enclosed in the original signed wooden boxes. Deep groves define the bowl by Masanao, the style and color more subdued than usual, a reminder of his roots in traditional tea ware. The bowl by Sanzaemon uses slightly more aggressive clay, the fissured surface bordering on Oni-ware. The Masanao bowl is 3-1/4 inches (8) cm tall, 4-3/4 inches (12 cm) diameter. The Sanzaemon is the same diameter, s...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1237877 (stock #JB.G11)
Wood-fired Guinomi, Sake Cup, by John Benn; Harstine Island, WA. Shino Glaze. H. 2.125"(5.5cm) x Dia. 2.5"(6.5cm.) John Benn studied with F. Carleton Ball and Ken Stevens at the U. of Puget Sound in Tacoma, and with Howard Shapiro and Sandra Simon in the MFA Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1976, he built his first wood kiln. Now, he and his wife, Colleen Gallagher, make wood-fired pottery among the pristine forests of Harstine Island at the South End of Puget Sound ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1309988 (stock #872)
A set of five concentric back glazed sake-cups enclosed in the original signed wooden box by Yagi Akira. They vary in size from 2-1/2 inches to 4 inches diameter (6.5 to 10 cm) and in excellent condition. For a similar (admittedly larger) set see “Contemporary Clay, Japanese Ceramics for the New Century “(2005) by Joe Earle.
This name is a must have in any collection of modern Japanese Pottery. Akira was born in Kyoto in 1955, son of avant garde Yagi Kazuo (1918-1979) one of the fo...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #814856 (stock #SLR 017)
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.
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #849492 (stock #SLR 047)
This Sekki (unglazed) style gray and blue guinomi (sake cup) was made by noted Japanese ceramist Mihara Ken (b. 1958). The guinomi has angular cut kodai (foot) and lustrous surface on the blue portion. Mihara Ken is winner of numerous prizes and is widely exhibited in Japan. His work is influenced by Japanese Yayoi and Sue ware. It is 1 ½” high and 2 ¾” wide. . It comes with a signed box and it is in excellent condition.
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1045217 (stock ##4137)
Sturdy yunomi with an underglaze design of stripes in black and red iron slips under my medieval green glaze

Stoneware, slips and glazes

4.25" X 4.25"

Functional, decorative and food safe