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Bizen Yohen Chaire by Fujiwara Ken
Please refer to our stock # 296 when inquiring.
A beautiful assortment of colors and textures play across the dark red surface of this exquisite Chaire tea container by Fujiwara Ken enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Bizen Yohen Chaire and annotated by Sokuchusai (1901-1979) the 13th generations Omotesenke Headmasteres. One can easily see why a graet tea ceremony master would wish to associate his name with the work. This is one of the best pieces I have ever seen by this important artist.
Size, D 7.9 cm H 8.2 cm
One of the 20th centuries true genius potters, Ken (1924-1977) was born in Okayama, and studied under Living National Treasures Fujiwara Kei and Kaneshige Toyo as well as Kitaoji Rosanjin. He was designated an important Cultural Property of Okayama prefecture for his life’s work in Bizen, and was on his way to becoming Living National Treasure when his life abruptly ended at the age of 53.
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