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Contemporary Shino Tokkuri by Tamaoki Yasuo

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Iron writhes over the incredibly thick and crackeld transparent feldspar on this Shino Tokkuri by important artist Tamaoki Yasuo enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The raw clay revealed about the base is white and grainy surmounted by widely crackled white. About the middle ice-like crystal clings to the surface, filled with dark iron tapering up to the flaring neck.. It is 6-1/2 inches (16 cm) tall, 4 inches (10 cm) diameter and in perfect condition.
Yasuo was born in Tajimi in 1941, one of the homes of Mino ware. He began his path to professional ceramicist at the Tajimi Industrial High School, and a stint at the Gifu Ceramics Research institute, where he followed the footsteps of a number of modern ceramic artists such as Hamada Shoji and Kawai Kanjiro, who also began their careers in the same manner. He then apprenticed under Kato Kohei before establishing his own kiln. Since, his list of exhibitions and awards is too long to print, but include the Nihon Dento Kogei Ten (National Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition), Best of Show twice at the Tokai Dento Kogei Ten (Tokai Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition), as well as being prized at the Asahi Togei Ten (Asahi Ceramics Exhibition), and receiving the prestigious Japan Ceramics Society Award. In 1991 he was named an intangible cultural asset of Tajimi city