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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1419751 (stock #KMBCno1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$625.00
This thrown and slightly manipulated Bizen chawan was made by rising star, Kondo Masahiko. Thrown out of a rich Bizen clay and then carved with rather evocative and primal devices on the front and back the firing then further enhances the division with a rich ash surface on one side and a crinkled grey ash texture and areas of fire flashing on the other. the captivating meandering lip sits above this lyrical form and is completed with a near perfect kodai covered over in olive brown ash and a da...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pre 2000 item #1419635 (stock #SECno1)
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This unusual Bizen chawan was made Sakauchi Ensen (b. 1922) of Okayama Prefecture and is unique even among the richly diverse styles of Bizen-yaki. Sakauchi calls this style Hishoku Nanban-yaki, secret color unglazed (nanban) pottery which is different than any other Bizen of its time or since. This chawan was fired upside down as evidenced by the rich, accumulated ash drips on the mouth and is covered in a variety of thick, colorful textured on the exterior and interior of the bowl. Finely pott...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pre 2000 item #1417067 (stock #YTDKHCno1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$525.00
This unique and exotic dai-kannyu Hagi chawan was made by Yamato Tsutomu, son of the Hagi legend, Yamato Yasuo. Made of classic Hagi clay with thick crackle slip put on the clay, an ash based glaze is then used to complete this rather modern Hagi chawan which follows admirably in the footsteps of his father and teacher. This chawan has a wonderful range of colors and feels great in the hand, truly a tactile experience while being visually engaging. This dai-kannyu style was pioneered by his fath...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1415757 (stock #HIESVno4)
Albdeo 3 Studio
SOLD, THANK YOU!
This very robust and Momoyama influenced vase was made by Mino potter and part magician, Hori Ichiro. Thrown out of a grainy, off white mogusa clay and decorated in blades of grass on the front and side, the pot was finished off with Hori's classic Shino glaze and fired in his wood kiln. Though difficult to see in the photos, there is a sheen around the neck, mouth and other areas created by a very thin layer of ash has adhered to the surface making for a very interesting addition to the glaze. ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1415069 (stock #OTKCno2)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$350.00
This large and rather colorful kohiki chawan was made by Ogawa Tetsuo a specialist in slips and Korean slipware of which this pot is a classic example. The surface of the teabowl shows off a wide array of colors and visual textures with areas of gohonde fawn spots and a translucent, waxy ash glaze coving the pot. The richness of the surface makes this a rather stunning piece by Ogawa with much more activity than seen in many of his teabowls. The kodai is carefully crafted with a blend of colors ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1413347 (stock #SGSMNo2)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$465.00
This large and highly animated E-Shino mizusashi was made by internationally known and exhibited potter, Suzuki Goro. Made in Suzuki's classic "free wheeling" style, the careful use of iron under the glaze and the glaze itself has painted a Momoyama ink painting style image in a rather monumental way. Thrown quickly and thickly, the pot has areas of smooth and rough which balance the form rather well and the pot is finished with strong lugs and a large and functional knob on the lid. This mizusa...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1412567 (stock #TSmizNo1)
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Sold, Many thanks!
Classic and robust Iga Mizusashi made by Tsujimura Shiro who needs no introduction. Powerfully thrown out of a whitish stoneware clay and fired in an anagama, this mizusashi is covered in ash with a small area of blushing on the read and rivulets of ash cascading down the face. The form of this pot is textbook Tsujimura Shiro and shows great reverence to medieval pieces while clearly showing his own unique style.

This pot is in great, original condition, signed on the base of the pot and ...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1409229 (stock #STOVNo1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$395.00
At nearly 13" tall, this large Persian blue style glazed vase cuts a great figure flanked by bold and detailed brushed of owls rendered within medallions and further detailed with patterns of decoration and faint gold accents to complete the piece. The full form is finished off with an elegant and purposeful neck that adds to the vertical nature of the vase without taking anything away from the presented brushwork and design under this attractive glaze.

Suzuki Takuji has had a stellar care...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1409227 (stock #NTTNo1)
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This fiercely medieval style tokkuri was made by Echizen standout Nishiura Takashi (b.1941) and in form and surface it is everything that classic modern Echizen is about. Using indigenous Echizen clay, local woods and firing a distinctly traditional Echizen kiln, Nishiura creates works that are in direct lineage back to the medieval times while adding his own voice to both form and surface. This tokkuri has a pleasantly fullness to the form and is finished in a wonderful array of wood fired affe...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1408089 (stock #IYECa)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$275.00
This is a large and elegant salt fired enyu with a provocative crackle slip surface creating a wide array of textures and various color hues that make for a splendid chawan. measuring in at 14.2 x 8.6cm, this chawan was created by Tokoname mainstay, Ito Yushi and is rather typical of this style for which he is well known. Thrown out of a iron rich clay, the bowl was dipped in a slip with a specific surface tension before it was placed in the kiln and salt fired which has "glazed" the piece all o...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1406040 (stock #4293)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$46.50
Large, robust wangata style teabowl with kushime slip decoration on porcelain with an Ao+ glaze

Porcelain, slip and glazes

5.5" x 4.3"

Decorative, functional and food safe

All Items : Artists : Metalwork : Pre 2000 item #1406010 (stock #RFMD1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$1,095.00
This creative and impressive Mughal dagger was made by Ron Frazier (1940-2011) who endeavored to make knives in a distinctly pre-modern style and manner which clearly shows in his knives. Ron won a number of awards for his knife making over the years including Best in Show and Best Art Knife at the Blade show (the Superbowl) for knife makers). This particular knife was featured in his knife making catalogue and is in great shape and also comes complete with a fitted wood display/ storage box. Wh...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1402384 (stock #KSGCno1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$395.00
Rich gosu blue glaze covers this stoneware chawan with three areas of lyrical slip trailed decoration around the bowl. Made by the great-grandson of Kawai Kanjiro, this chawan by Kawai Sota is an excellent example of his work and the current direction of the Kawai-mon now approaching a century of tradition. This chawan measures 11.5 x 11cm and is in excellent condition with its original signed wood box.

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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1402383 (stock #USHCno3)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$265.00
Generous Hagi chawan with a variety of colors infused within the white based glaze on a rich iron clay body by veteran potter, Udagawa Seikoku. This chawan is in great condition, measures 12.5 x 9cm and comes complete with its original signed wood box.

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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pre 2000 item #1401913 (stock #TSOtono1)
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Bold and powerful te-oke form by Mashiko veteran potter, Takauchi Shugo (b. 1937). Roughly thrown, Takauchi then hacked away vertical channels down the form adding dimension to the pot and disrupting the thrown marks that encircle the vase which stands as a quintessential form by this potter. The aggressive handle has incised decoration which is also highlighted by settles deep green Oribe glaze with bidoro style drips hanging perpetually beneath the device. At 12.5" tall this has an imposing pr...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1401087 (stock #AKSCno1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$325.00
Elegant and extremely practical E-Shino chawan by well known, veteran Mino potter, Arimoto Kugen (b. 1963). Working in Hiroshima at the foot of Mount Futatsugajo an old castle site and hiking region, Arimoto produces a wide array of noble forms dedicated to the old style of the Shino tradition with an emphasis on chadogu. This chawan has a greate citrus peel style texture surface on the exterior with areas of brushed iron decoration underneath to help animate the surface which continues on the ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1401029 (stock #KKAeTno1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
$195.00
This vivid Aka-e tsubo was made by Persian blue specialist Kato kenji who is as well known for his brilliant overglaze enamels as he is for his rich temmoku and Mino tradition pottery. The iron rich clay peaks through at the foot creating a reddish base to the black and white glazed tsubo which is then decorated in fluid red and green overglaze in a pattern Kato Kenji used to the fullest extent on platters, trays, bowl and vases. This animated and very practical tsubo measures 24.5 x 21cm and co...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1401028 (stock #SSHKUno1)
Albdeo 3 Studio
SOLD
Lustrous and richly glazed chawan by Raku specialist, Sasaki Shoraku, this is not your typical chawan. Created and inspired by Honami Koetsu's Kamiya chawan, this large, broad, high quality utsushi chawan has a deep black surface with areas of rusty red sprinkled on the interior and exterior of the bowl creating a wonderful landscape which is as pleasant to look at as it is to hold. This chawan measures 13.5 x 8.5cm and is in perfect condition in its original signed wood box.