All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Bracelets : Pre 1990 item #1432662 (stock #SC6-932201)
Marked, "Gale Rothstein, Inc.," this bracelet and earrings has a modernistic flair. The gemstones provide great color against the flat gold colored metal. While they are listed separately, they can be purchased individually. The bracelet for $125 and the earrings, $75
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1432633 (stock #TF08)
This is a Tenmoku Chawan tea bowl created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Takeshi Furukawa. It is called Jian ware in China. The rare color of this tea bowl is matte gold which is made of iron glazes. According to Furukawa, a matte gold tea bowl can be made only in a frigid winter day with very low humidity. Jian ware is pottery that was originally made in Jianyan, Fujian Province in China. In the Song dynasty, it was used among Buddhist monks as tea-drinking ware...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1432632 (stock #TF07)
This is a Tenmoku Chawan tea bowl with Oil Spot glazes created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Takeshi Furukawa. It is called Jian ware in China. We think that a Japanese concept of Wabi-sabi is seen in the upper parts of the tea bowl which look withered. Please compare this tea bowl with #1432631 bowl. The glaze pattern of Oil Spot was originally developed in China in the 11th century...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1432631 (stock #TF06)
This is a Tenmoku Chawan tea bowl with Oil Spot glazes created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Takeshi Furukawa. It is called Jian ware in China. The glaze pattern of Oil Spot was originally developed in China in the 11th century. The melted iron spots were fixed to generate the “oil spot” effect on the surface of the tea bowl. Jian ware is pottery that was originally made in Jianyan, Fujian Province in China...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1432621 (stock #1297)
A rare large vessel by Kato Tsubusa combining his early extruded sculptural techniques with function and form while showcasing both the pure white plastic porcelain and lustrous Mediterranean green of his signature celadon glaze enclosed in the original signed wooden box. It is 40 cm (15-1/2 inches) tall and in excellent condition. A perfect vessel to encapsulate this artists repertoire...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432588 (stock #KI04)
This porcelain Sakazuki cup was created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Kotaro Ikura. It’s a Bluish White Porcelain. This cup is called Firefly cup (Hotarude in Japanese) because its carved lines reflect light similar to the glow of fireflies. Diameter: 80 mm / 3.1 inches Height: 41mm / 1.6 inches Capacity: 62 ml / 2.1 fl oz Kotaro Ikura: Born in 1979, Kotaro Ikura is a fifth-generation potter of the Yagyu ware kiln...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432587 (stock #KI03)
This porcelain Sakazuki cup was created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Kotaro Ikura. It’s a Bluish White Porcelain. This cup is called Firefly cup (Hotarude in Japanese) because its carved lines reflect light similar to the glow of fireflies. Diameter: 76 mm / 3.0 inches Height: 39 mm / 1.5 inches Capacity: 47ml / 1.6 fl oz Kotaro Ikura: Born in 1979, Kotaro Ikura is a fifth-generation potter of the Yagyu ware kiln...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432586 (stock #KI02)
This porcelain Sakazuki cup was created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Kotaro Ikura. It’s a Bluish White Porcelain. This cup is called Firefly cup (Hotarude in Japanese) because its carved lines reflect light similar to the glow of fireflies. Diameter: 63 mm / 2.5 inches Height: 55 mm / 2.2 inches Capacity: 50 ml / 1.7 fl oz Kotaro Ikura: Born in 1979, Kotaro Ikura is a fifth-generation potter of the Yagyu ware kiln...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432585 (stock #KI01)
This porcelain Sakazuki cup was created by a mid-career Japanese ceramic artist, Kotaro Ikura. It’s a Bluish White Porcelain. This cup is called Firefly cup (Hotarude in Japanese) because its carved lines reflect light similar to the glow of fireflies. Diameter: 51 mm / 2.0 inches Height: 57 mm / 2.2 inches Capacity: 31 ml / 1.0 fl oz Kotaro Ikura: Born in 1979, Kotaro Ikura is a fifth-generation potter of the Yagyu ware kiln...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Pre 2000 item #1432548


Size: H4.3cm, W6.4cm

condition is in excellent, comes with an original wood box.

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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432545 (stock #SA04)
This porcelain Guinomi cup was created by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Shoh Araya. The natural plant ash glazes turn indigo blue and light green...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432542 (stock #SA03)
This porcelain Guinomi cup was created by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Shoh Araya. The natural plant ash glazes turn indigo blue. We think that the fine craquelure on the surface is tasteful. Diameter: 57 mm / 2.2 inches Height: 61mm / 2.4 inches Capacity: 67 ml / 2.3 fl oz Shoh Araya: Born in 1988, Shoh Araya graduated from Tsukuba University’s School of Arts and Design in 2013. He then earned a master’s degree at Tokyo University of the Arts with a focus on ceramics...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1432541 (stock #SA02)
This porcelain flower vase was created by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Shoh Araya. The natural plant ash glazes turn indigo blue. We think that the fine craquelure on the surface is tasteful. Diameter: 173 mm / 6.8 inches Height: 235 mm / 9.3 inches Weight: 2,500 grams / 88.2 oz Shoh Araya: Born in 1988, Shoh Araya graduated from Tsukuba University’s School of Arts and Design in 2013. He then earned a master’s degree at Tokyo University of the Arts with a focus on ceramics. ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1432538 (stock #SA01)
This porcelain flower vase was created by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Shoh Araya. The natural plant ash glazes turn indigo blue. We think that the craquelure on the surface is tasteful in the middle part of the flower vase, where the glazes drop and the fine craquelure reflects light. Diameter: 144 mm / 5.7 inches Height: 273 mm / 10.7 inches Weight: 1,400 grams / 49.4 oz Shoh Araya: Born in 1988, Shoh Araya graduated from Tsukuba University’s School of Arts and Design in 201...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1432469 (stock #TN05)
This porcelain Guinomi cup was made by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Takashi Nishi. As Nishi aims to create modernized ceramic art, he uses bright colors, which are not commonly used in Japanese ceramic art. Takashi Nishi: Born in 1988 in Wakayama Prefecture (located next to Kyoto) in Japan, Takashi Nishi graduated in 2013 from the Crafts Department of Osaka University of Arts, where he focused on ceramic art. He was a research associate at Osaka University of Arts from 2016 to 2019. ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1432468 (stock #TN04)
This porcelain Guinomi cup was made by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Takashi Nishi. As Nishi aims to create modernized ceramic art, he uses bright colors, which are not commonly used in Japanese ceramic art. Takashi Nishi: Born in 1988 in Wakayama Prefecture (located next to Kyoto) in Japan, Takashi Nishi graduated in 2013 from the Crafts Department of Osaka University of Arts, where he focused on ceramic art. He was a research associate at Osaka University of Arts from 2016 to 2019. ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432467 (stock #TN03)
This porcelain Guinomi cup was made by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Takashi Nishi. As Nishi aims to create modernized ceramic art, he uses bright colors, which are not commonly used in Japanese ceramic art. Takashi Nishi: Born in 1988 in Wakayama Prefecture (located next to Kyoto) in Japan, Takashi Nishi graduated in 2013 from the Crafts Department of Osaka University of Arts, where he focused on ceramic art. He was a research associate at Osaka University of Arts from 2016 to 2019. ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1432466 (stock #TN02)
This porcelain Guinomi cup was made by an emerging Japanese ceramic artist, Takashi Nishi. As Nishi aims to create modernized ceramic art, he uses bright colors, which are not commonly used in Japanese ceramic art. Takashi Nishi: Born in 1988 in Wakayama Prefecture (located next to Kyoto) in Japan, Takashi Nishi graduated in 2013 from the Crafts Department of Osaka University of Arts, where he focused on ceramic art. He was a research associate at Osaka University of Arts from 2016 to 2019. ...