All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Pre 2000 item #1113277 (stock #SLR 073)
Bamboo Grove
$250.00
This is a very nice Nezumi (gray-mousy) Shino guinomi (sake cup) by contemporary Japanese potter Oguri Masao who is known for his Shino wares. The thick glazing makes this guinomi suitable for warm or hot sake. It is 2 ¼” high and 2 ¼” in diameter. The artist’s signature is on the bottom of the sake cup and on the top of the original wood box. It is in excellent condition.
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Pre 2000 item #1113275 (stock #SLR 072)
Bamboo Grove
$1500.00
Tsukigata originated the name Oni Shino for the dark, powerful style of firing of this fine sake bottle. He studied with Arakawa Toyozo, one of the all time greats of 20th century Japanese ceramics. He was widely published and exhibited during his lifetime. His works are quite rarely seen outside of Japan. It is 5 ½” high and 4” from the widest part. The artist’s signature is on the bottom of the sake vessel and on the top of the original, fitted wood box...
All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Pins : Contemporary item #1106588 (stock #2575)

Loretta Tryon contemporary handmade brooch

Bronze, sterling, 14K, crystal and pearl

2 1/2" x 3 1/8"

Tryon earned her BFA in Metalsmithing and Abstract Drawing from Moore College of Art and Design

Exhibitions - The State Museum of Pennsylvania, The Reading Public Museum, The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia and DeSales University

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092751
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-32,500.00
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Mai” (dance). It might not be difficult to see the dancer gracefully stroked, floating on the washi (Japanese paper). And it is easy to realize then that Japanese ideograms have a spirit of their own that can enchant and steal the viewer into fantasy.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092750
Vessels.jp
13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Yuki” (snow). Though it is softly brushed, the character is dynamic and seems to evolve before the eyes of the viewer, almost taking human form as if possessed by the spirit of winter.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092748
Vessels.jp
13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “En” (circle). Although that symbol has come to represent the Japanese currency, its deeper meaning conveys a sense of togetherness and harmony; it can also mean tranquil...
All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092746
Vessels.jp
13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Take” (bamboo). As in the calligraphy entitled “Wood”, the artist masterful use of the brush create a minimalist landscape that echoes the great Zen gardens of Japan and invite to meditation.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092745
Vessels.jp
13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Hayashi” (wood). In this particular calligraphy, the character for wood is brushed three times with different effects that create a very poetic landscape and invite the viewer to enter this imaginary grove.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092743
Vessels.jp
32,500.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “O”. The circle drawn here may seem to be of a simple nature, yet it is probably one of the most difficult symbol to brush in ink. O is a representation of the universe whence everything comes, and it contains all its attributes from masculine to feminine...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1091198 (stock ##4208)
Large waisted form teabowl with hakeme slip decoration under a clear and iron yellow glaze. Where the iron glaze ends, the glaze has run into the clear glaze forming very decorative tendrils reminiscent of Japanese ferns.

Stoneware and glazes

5.5" x 4.25"

Functional, decorative and food safe

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1091195 (stock ##4207)
Large waisted form teabowl with heavy tataki (paddled) texture under a rich temmoku and haiyu glaze with tamadare style effects and in the style of Karatsu or Tamba chawan

Stoneware and glazes

5.5" x 3.8"

Functional, decorative and food safe

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1084648 (stock ##4204)
Large oviod teabowl in Oribe style with medieval green glaze over hakeme slip decoration

Stoneware, slip and glazes

5.8" x 4.75" x 4.2"

Functional, decorative and food safe

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1076893 (stock ##4158)
Large, rounded teabowl with a bunrin-gata form with kushime combed decoration under my temmoku and haiyu glazes. The form is pushed ever so slightly ovoid to make for better drinking areas.

Stoneware, slip and glazes

5.75" x 5.5" x 4"

Functional, decorative and food safe

All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Pendants : Pre 1980 item #1076586 (stock #1722)
All metal is sterling silver. Bold and unusual...
All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1074827 (stock #1721)
All metal is sterling silver. Made in USA. Bold and unusual. Hand wrought in the Modernist tradition and from one piece of silver, in a USA studio this bold signed original design substantial sterling sculpture pendant was hand wrought by and signed: Handmade - Sterling - Mimi Dee.

2 1/2" north to south X 1 1/2" wide X 1 1/2" deep...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1073384 (stock ##4155)
Tall teoke (water bucket) style vase with temmoku and running tetsu-yu glazes

Stoneware and glazes

14" x 7"

All Items : Artists : Fashion : Accessories : Purses : Contemporary item #1072580 (stock #1719)
With so many of our local MA communities banning plastic bags, carry your not so tiny pet dog, yummy baguettes, sexy beach togs, fresh cut flowers or organic vegetables in style!
Signed: Mimi
Oversize heavy canvas fiber bag hand painted in a cabbage rose motif with quality, permanent, artists' acrylics, then signed by the artist: Mimi.
Only 2 left.

(A) Hot rose pink or
(B) Plum purple tones.
16" X 16" X 5.5 base"...

All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Pendants : Pre 2000 item #1072576 (stock #1718)
A highly sculptural signed pendant hand wrought in a free form Modernist tradition. This studio oval 2 3/4" pendant was made in a free form Modernist shadow box effect, which houses a vintage etched amber color glass oval with recessed rose patterns that show old intact white paint...