From our family collection of Japanese art from Living National Treasures:
Perfectly shaped Bizen Chawan from legendary Toyo Kaneshige (1896 - 1967). It was made 55 years ago and is in absolutely great condition.
Born into the Kaneshige family, one of the six kilns of Bizen, as the son of wakigama-style potter Kaneshige Baiyo, Toyo was trained by his father from early childhood and became adept at pottery techniques, with handicrafts and engraved ornaments being his partic...
A magnificent Kogaratsu Katakuchi Chawan (Ko-Karatsu tea bowl with a pouring spout), fired between the Azushi Momoyama period (1573-1603) and the early stage of the Edo Period (1603-1868).
It is no exaggeration to say that this tea bowl needs to be described as a true museum quality piece of art.
Especially such old Karatsu bowls are rarely available in the version of a Katakuchi bowl. Essentially, it's a bowl with a spout. But not just any bowl: its details are special...
One of a kind - a rare 17th century Kiyomizu Chawan with a wonderful thick and vivid hand painted Sakura scenery. Such old Kiyomizu items in perfect antique condition are very, very rare.
It comes with an antique wooden box.
Kyo ware/Kiyomizu ware are works of art that illustrate the scenery of the four seasons in Kyoto or feature drawings that bring good luck. A lot of the vessels are made by using the technique wherein the clay is baked once before being painted. They...
A beautiful example of an antique Shigaraki Tsubo (storage jar) Vase displaying classic Shigaraki markings of red ochre, pale and natural ash glaze.
This eye-catching tsubo dates back to the the beginning of the 17th century, early Edo Period (1603-1868).
Standing in front of this massive tsubo with its aesthetic form, its Higaki Mon (檜垣文, cypress fence pattern), its rough natural glazes and sparkling tsuchi-aji (clay flavor), one cannot help but feel in awe of thei...
A beautiful example of Shigaraki pottery—the result of techniques perfected over centuries by dedicated artisans residing in the provinces east of Kyoto. This piece achieves a kind of asymmetrical balance of both form and color, displaying classic Shigaraki markings of emerald green, red ochre, and pale ash.
The Shigaraki kilns in Shiga prefecture have been an active pottery centre since the Kamakura period (1185–1333) and continue to produce pottery up to the present day. Like...
An incredible mixture of gray and lavender colors on the sculpted natural form of this expressive Chawan by the 8th generation Kaneta Masanao.
It comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box titled Hagi Hai-yu (ash glazed) Kurinuki Chawan.
The style is Kurinuki, not formed on a wheel but cut and worked from a block of clay, an approach the artist is world wide famous for.
Masanao likely needs no introduction. Born in 1953, son of seventh generation pott...
One of such rare antique Hagi Chawan with wonderful milky white glaze from the 18th century, perfectly thrown and highlighted with an old gold restoration, a fantastic gintsugi (kintsugi) which makes our Hagi tea bowl even more valuable and outstanding.
Like many of the great Japanese ceramic traditions of western Japan, Hagi originated with Korean potters. Indeed, in the Momoyama era (1573-1603) and in the early years of the Edo period (1603 - 1867), ceramics like Karatsu, Agano, ...
A rare Buddhist Zeze tea bowl by great Seki Omo with hand painted Shinto Shrine Ema and votive picture tablets, enclosed in the originally signed and sealed wooden box. This rare work of Seko was made 30 years ago.
Zeze ware has been considered to be one of the Enshu Shichiyo, the seven best kilns selected by Enshu Kobori (1579-1647) who was a master of tea ceremony and also a military commander in the early Edo period. His favorite teaware was fired in these seven kilns under his ...
We are glad to present you this Edo period chawan by Japans greatest Poet Rengetsu Ōtagaki ( 1791-1875 ).
It shows a 31-syllable poem of herself and her signature tastefully carved onto the tea bowl. The poem says:
Without a sound
rain falls, also unseen
the morning wetness
in heavily sagging
fronds of green ...
A beautiful example of an antique Shigaraki Tsubo (storage jar) Vase displaying classic Shigaraki markings of emerald green, red ochre, pale and natural ash glaze.
The eye-catching natural green glaze flows from the mouth over the massive body of this jar from the mid Edo Period (1603-1868)
Standing in front of the large tsubo with its aesthetic form, jewel-like natural glazes, and sparkling tsuchi-aji (clay flavor), one cannot help but feel in awe of their makers, and...
A wonderful modelled Kuro Raku tea bowl covered with a beautiful black glaze - made by legendary 12th generation Kichizaemon Kônyû (1857-1932). His childhood name was Kozaburo, later became Kicho (or, Yoshinaga). He was the eldest son of Keinyu, the eleventh generation master. In 1871, he succeeded the family business and became the generation master. In 1919 he retired and took the name as Kônyû. He enjoyed his retirement in practicing tea ceremony and writing haiku.
His Kuro ...
Wonderful white Raku Chawan with a barley seen notched foot and highly sophisticated form. It was made in the Kaei Era 4, which is the year 1851 during the Japanese Edo Period. The original antique wooden box with a note of the manufacturing year is included.
It is one of such rare wabi sabi Raku tea bowls that are not just attractive, pleasant to hold in the hand, and a joy to drink from; but that subtly transform the spaces they inhabit.
No chips or cracks.
We like to offer a rare antique Tako-Tsubo Akashi Vase, made 120 years ago during the Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912). This vase is designed to imitate a 'TAKO-TSUBO', an traditional octopus trap. Sculptures of two octopuses are incorporated into the vase.
Akashi ware (明石焼) is pottery and porcelain mainly made in Akashi City, Hyogo Prefecture. Somewhere between 1615–24, the official kiln of Ogasawara Tadamasa, the lord of the Akashi Castle, was established. Toda Oribenosu...
Very precious Korean Celadon Bowl with foliate (petal) design, refined with finest Kintsugi gold. One of the most beautiful Korean bowls we have ever seen. It was made around 1850, which is also written as an authentification on the wooden box.
Size: 6cm height x 20cm in diameter.Free shipping
Perfect Shino Natsu tea bowl (Summer tea bowl) made by one of the most popular Japanese actors and artists, Kazuo Hayashi. He was born in 1945 and is affiliated with Theater Echo. He is also skilled in Buyō and pottery. Ceramics of him are rarely available.
It is in mint condition and comes with the originally signed and sealed wooden box of the artist.
Size: 7 cm height x 8,5 cm in diameter.Free Shipping
A striking tea bowl and true piece of modern art by the popular young star Ichikawa Toru enclosed in the original signed wooden box. Completely new - mint condition.
We see the gamut and whole spectrum of this extraordinary artists work. It is this subtle attention to shape and texure which elevates the work of Ichikawa Toru.
He really takes things to the extreme, challenging and yet incorporating something of the idea of Wabi into his outlandish works.
Modern and artistic Hasami Tea Bowl by Akitoshi Kurosaki (born 1969). Brown clay is coated with colorful and shiny glazes, which make this bowl to a unique piece of art.
Hasami ware (波佐 見 焼, Hasami-yaki) is a Japanese pottery traditionally from Hasami in Nagasaki Prefecture with a 400-year history. It all started in 1559 with the famous Korean potter brought there by Lordmura Yoshiaki (大村 喜 前 after the Japanese invasion of Korea): Many kilns were built in Hatanohar...
Perfectly thrown Kyo-yaki tea bowl made by Japanese artist Kaizan Heian (born 1940) with hand painted golden Lespedeza flowers.
The seal of the artist is stamped on the bottom. Mint condition. It comes with its originally signed wooden box.
Size: 5 cm height x 14,7 cm in diameter.Free shipping
A wonderful mid Edo Period (1603-1868) Hiragata Ao-Oribe Chawan with a rounded brim, made of light, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potters knife and covered with the typical green copper oxide glaze inside and outside.
The tea bowl is in fine antique condition with no cracks or repairs and comes with a very good Japanese wooden box.
Size: 6 cm height x 15 cm in diameter.Free shipping
Early Edo (1603-1868) Period Shino Chawan with all highlights of the Japanese aesthetics of wabi sabi. Such 17th century Shino tea bowls without cracks and repairs are very rare.
It is in perfect antique condition and comes with Gomotsu-bukuro (Shifuku) and a lacquered wooden box with corner protections.
Shino-ware dates to the Momoyama period when potters were attempting to recreate white porcelain-wares that were being imported from China at the time. Originally they w...
Mint and Oni-Hagi masterpiece chawan with notched foot by star potter Seigan Yamane. This extraordinary tea bowl is covered by wonderful different shades of creamy beige on brown pottery. In my opinion it is the one of the most aesthetic chawans that he made. The seal of the artist is stamped on the bottom.
Seigan Yamane was born in 1952, and started making Hagi ware in 1987. And then, he started his own pottery in 1992 and has ever been awarded a lot of prizes for his great work.
What a grand statement in clay: Sculptural masterpiece Kurinuki Hagi Chawan by greatest Kaneta Masanao. It comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box and a profile of the artist.
This mountainous tea bowl in creamy-white glaze is in mint condition.
Born 1953, Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, The eighth-generation Hagi potter, KANETA MASANAO has expanded beyond the tradition of his ancestry to create a more sculptural oeuvre. Perhaps due to his trainin...
After selling one of the oldest Chinese Tenmoku Tea Bowls (Please refer to our stock # 0250) which came with the first tea from China to Japan we are proud to offer you another more than 1000 year old Chinese tea bowl.
Important and rare Chinese Dingyao (Ting ware, Chinese: 定瓷) tea bowl with floral design from the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127) made of finest thin porcelain with a white-greyish body and a nearly transparent white-tinted glaze.
An ancient Chinese Tang Dynasty (618-907) tea bowl, dating to around 850-900 AD and excavated in the Luoyang area.
This charming bowl is well balanced and has traces of its excavation inside (please see last photo). The piece is coloured with an attractive sancai glaze of green and orange which stands out vibrantly against the ivory cream slip.
The kilns of the Tang Dynasty broke free from earlier traditions, employing rich, lively glazes, the most famous of which being ...
The beautiful Thai Bronze Buddha statue completely captures his upper body. The Buddha's face is delicate and simply beautiful! His lips are pursed together and his eyes are downcast in deep meditation. It dates back to the late Ayutthaya Kingdom in the 18th century. A lovely piece with excellent detail and patina.
The wooden pedestal was renewed by our family a couple of years ago.
The size of the statue with its pedestal is large: it is 64 cm (25,19'') high!
High class Ohi Chawan made by the 8th generation Ohi Chozaemon (1851-1927) 120 years ago and is done in a style known as 'ameyu' or candy glazing. It comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box.
The glazing is a wonderful example of ameyu and, in fact, approximates the color of a caramel candied-apple.
The interesting color scheme and glossy sheen make it an attractive backdrop for a frothy bowl of dark green matcha. While some tea bowls may look best in the c...
Finest Kyo-yaki tea bowl with a hand painted golden lobster design by famous Japanese artist Sugita Shohei the 4th. It is in mint condition and comes with originally signed and sealed wooden box.
Sugita Shohei was born 1942 as the 4th generation of the Sugita family, which inherited the Seikanji kiln established by the 1st generation Kikujiro in the early Meiji era with the approval of the Seikanji family of former counts.
Studied ceramics under the 3rd generation Sugita ...
Mint Oni-Hagi masterpiece chawan with notched foot by star potter Seigan Yamane. This extraordinary tea bowl is covered by wonderful different shades of white and light green glaze. In my opinion it is the one of the most aesthetic chawans that he made. The seal of the artist is stamped on the bottom.
Seigan Yamane was born in 1952, and started making Hagi ware in 1987. And then, he started his own pottery in 1992 and has ever been awarded a lot of prizes for his great work....
What an amazing statue: early 18th century Tibetan Maitreya Buddha made of high class purple bronze, very impressing with 40 cm (15,8'') height and a almost 11 kg.
Smooth surface, wonderful and exquisite carving. Very fine antique condition with no repairs.
Maitreya, in Buddhist tradition, the future Buddha, presently a bodhisattva residing in the Tushita heaven, who will descend to earth to preach anew the dharma ('law') when the teachings of Gautama Buddha have complet...
An eye-catching combination of brown-black colors and old expertly applied gold repairs on a classic Japanese E-Karatsu tea bowl dating from the middle of the Edo-Period (1603-1868).
Like many pottery traditions in Japan, Karatsu takes its name from the city where it originated. As early as the 15th century Korean potters heavily influenced the development of this form—helping to endow it with the earthy, simple, and natural qualities it is so appreciated for.
Mint and large Oni-Hagi masterpiece chawan with notched foot by star potter Seigan Yamane. This extraordinary tea bowl is covered by wonderful different shades of white, green and red glaze. In my opinion it is the one of the most aesthetic chawans that he made. The seal of the artist is stamped on the bottom.
Note: This is a special work by him. He made only one piece with this design.
Seigan Yamane was born in 1952, and started making Hagi ware in 1987. And then, he sta...
Pure Aka-Raku Chawan by the 9th generation Raku Ryonyu (Raku Kichizaemon IX) 楽了入 (9代 楽吉左衛門) enclosed in its originally signed and sealed wooden box and made around the beginning of 19th century about 200 years ago during the Edo era.
This Raku chawan is particularly endowed with a structural power deriving from simple composition of features of a bowl - another reminiscence of the earlier generations of this unique family of artists.
Ryonyu was the second...
Outstanding Ohi Chawan from the early stage of the Meiji Era (1868-1912) with a rarely seen octopus and coral sculpture on it. The outer earthy amber glaze harmonises wonderfully with the colourful interior landscape of the bowl. A firework of colours running into each other. What an impressive demonstration of the artistry of this 19th century artist. His seal is printed on the unglazed foot ring.
The mesmerizing play of tones of this particular vessel is yet another fine example o...
Japanese Yama Chawan (literally 'Mountain Tea Bowl'), biscuit firing ware with impressive natural glaze and slightly distorted form. It dates back to the Kamakura Period (1185 - 1333). Highlight is the inside design with a Japanese Koi image which was added by a former owner as a kind of Kintsugi to close a damage on the inside surface. Such typ of Kintsugi is definitely rare.
You can also find traces of the famous kai-yu glaze on this excavated piece.
At the beginning of ...
Important and extremely rare Mid Edo Period Narumi Oribe Mizusashi (fresh water container) in perfect antique condition with no cracks or repairs and with its original lid. It is almost impossible to find such an old and valuable Oribe Mizusashi - so take your chance. It comes with a very good Japanese wooden box.
Narumi Oribe ware is comprised of white and red (reddish brown) clays. The white clays are glazed with green glaze. The red (reddish brown) clays are decorated with white...
Artistic and expressive Chawan, sculptural and with a multiple color glaze, made of Mino clay by Norio Ishii. It is in mint condition and comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box and a profile of the artist.
Norio Ishii was born 1963 in Okayama city, Japan and he graduated from OKAYAMA ASAHI High school in 1982 and from Art department of KOCHI University in 1986. When he was a University student, he started pottery work, being absolutely charmed by SHINO ware and ORIBE...
We are proud to offer you a really rare antique piece of art and one of a kind: wonderful Echizen Chawan from the Momoyama Era (安土桃山時代 Azuchi Momoyama jidai; 1573–1603) without any crack, damage or repair.
There is no similar item on the antique market.
Echizen ware (called Echizen yaki in Japanese) is a type of pottery produced in the town of Echizen, Fukui prefecture. This traditional handicraft comes from one of the Six Ancient Kilns of Japan which along w...
Antique Amitayus Bronze Buddha, 150 years old from North India.
The Buddha of immeasurable life
Amitayus is considered the giver of a long life and in Buddhismus embodies a crowned and dignified Buddha from the lotus family.
He is depicted meditating on the lotus seat and holding his hands in the gesture of equanimity. In many depictions he holds an ambrosia vase in his hands filled with the nectar of longevity and immortality. This gives him the venerability and maj...
Stunning Chinese Buddha Head made of natural stone, late Qing Dynasty (1626-1911). It comes on a custom made natural stone stand and has a total weight of 18,8 KG.
The Buddha Head is in great antique condition. The natural stone base has a small flaking at the back left, which is hardly visible.
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Extraordinary Vajradhara Buddha Bronze Statue from Nepal. It was made in the late 19th cent. and decorated with the rare color mixture of gold and Jade green.
Great antique condition with no flaws.
Vajradhara is considered to be one of the original Buddhas, he is represented with a bell and vajra, his arms are crossed over his chest. The Asiatic symbolizes the union of opposites (Unio mystica = removes suffering for those who experience it). So the vajra (male) goes to th...
Very fine Tibetan Bronze Buddha Vajrasattva on wooden pedestal, 17th. century or older.
The right hand holding a vajra vertical in front of his heart center, the lowered left holding a bell. Seated in dhyana-asana. Powerful body and meek facial expression. Wearing a multi-leaved crown as well as the jewelry and clothes of an enlightened Buddhist Bodhisattva. The bell was separately casted. Bottom covered with consecration plate. Slight signs of age. From a private German collectio...
Antique 17th century Tibet Bronze Amoghasiddhi Buddha Statue, mounted on wooden stand. The statue is hollow inside and in good antique condition with some expected traces of aging.Size complete 54 cm height, 17 cm wide.
Amoghasiddhi is one of a group of five Buddhas that embody five distinct types of wisdom and are thus sometimes called the 'Five Wisdom Buddhas.' Of the five, who are believed to occupy the four cardinal directions and an immovable central direction, Amog...
A magnificent Japanese Kyo Ware Chawan made by famous artist Chizen Terao (born 1955) 20 years ago. It bears hand painted Sakura trees inside and outside and comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box and a profile of the artist.
But the special feature of this unique tea bowl is a rarely seen strong and vivid hand applied granular Shiro-chibu.
Shiro-chibu (white dots) features the strokes of small solid colored dots densely drawn on the base color. The techn...
Pure Kuro-Raku Chawan by the 11th generation Keinyu Kichizaemon (1817-1902) enclosed in its originally signed and sealed wooden box and made around the end of 19th century about 120-130 years ago.
This Raku chawan is particularly endowed with a structural power deriving from simple composition of features of a bowl - another reminiscence of the earlier generations of this unique family of artists.
Apart from being expertly formed, this piece has the added distinction of be...
A beautiful and large Hakuji Seren Haruseki Tsubu-tsubu Chawan (white flashing stones spots tea bowl) decorated with an assortment of colors by shooting star artist Kawabata Kentaro.
It comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box. For us its by far his best work and represents perfectly the artists wonderful eclectic style.
Kawabata Kentaro was born in Saitama in 1976 and graduated the Ceramic Department of the Tokyo Designer Institute, which he followed up wit...
Magnificent Nezumi-Shino Chawan with a true wabi sabi aesthetic form and a thick feldsparic glaze on a classic background of Nezumi-Shino — an art form dating back to the Momoyama period of Japan that was revived in the mid-1900s by legendary potter Arakawa Toyozo and others.
The tea bowl was made of little reddish, coarse, unrefined Mino clay and the expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potter's knife in its lower part.
With such glaze and form, this Chawan is one o...
This is absolutely rare:
Late Momoyama Period Wan-shaped tea bowl with a rounded brim, made of light, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potter's knife in its lower part around the foot ring.
In the style of Kuro Oribe bowls this bowl was covered with a black glaze. Three windows on the side were left unglazed and were decorated with a combination of checkers and dots between parallel vertical lines - a decoration usually known from v...
Heavily distorted shoe shaped (kutsu) Chawan from the early 17th century with a strongly flaring mouth made of light, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potters knife in its lower part and covered with a very deep black iron oxide glaze inside and outside.
Two 'windows' on two sides have been left unglazed. One has a very rare decoration with hanging persimmons (hoshikaki) scratched into the engobe and the other has a often seen fence painted u...
We present a rare medium sized Tenmoku tea bowl with partrige feather mottles (Chinese: 'Zhegu Ban'), made during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) or earlier. Looking inside this Tenmoku chawan is like glazing deep into the cosmos. There one can understand the meaning of microcosm and ask whether one is looking inward or outward; probably both.
The deep rounded sides of this elegantly potted tenmoku chawan are rising from a short straight foot to a lipped rim, covered overall...
From our collection of Japanese Chawan with Christian Cross design: highly distorted shoe shaped (kutsugata) tea bowl with a rounded brim, made of light, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potter's knife in its lower part around the foot ring.
In the style of Seto kuro bowls this Chawan was covered with a brown glaze. On one side the sign of a Christian (Maltese) cross was left unglazed and was covered with a transparent ash glaze. On the other...
Splendid Kuro Raku Chawan by one of the most important potters of all time, the 3rd Raku Donyu also known as Nonko. It was made around 1650 and was named 'chidori' which means 'a thousand birds' or 'plover'.
It is in great antique condition and has one of the best and finest Kintsugi gold repair landscapes I have ever seen. You can still find the tong mark on the bowl - please look at picture number 9 and 4.
Born the eldest son of Jôkei. He is also known as Nonkô, later...
One of a kind! Very rare and unique Seto Chawan from the Meiji Period (1868-1912) which combines a unique mosaic pattern glaze on the outside with an artistic Neriage/Nerikomi technique on the inside. There is a signature of the potter inside the foot.
Nerikomi (練り込み , lit. "kneading") is an artistic technique for creating Japanese pottery in multiple colors of clay. The technique is also called neriage (練上げ), although this term also refers to the throwing of multipl...
A large Japanese Ko-Tamba (Tanba) Vase/Tsubo decorated with a splashed and dripped deep-green glaze pooling towards the foot on a dark-brownish body.
It was made in the Momoyama Period 16th century or earlier. This impressive vase is a wonderful example of a so called Shiji-ko vase, which means 'vase with four ears'.
Great antique condition.
Tanbayaki has been produced in the village of Tachikui, Hyogo pref. for over 800 years. Although counted as one of the an...
Perfectly shaped Kuro Kyo-Yaki Chawan from the Showa Period by great artist Rikobei Kiyomizu the 6th, made 50 years ago. It comes with his originally signed and sealed wooden box.
Rokubei VI (1901-1980) the eldest son of Rokubei V, graduated from the Kyoto City School of Art and Craft and Kyoto Municipal College of Painting before apprenticing with his father from 1925. That same year, he entered his first competition. His career was to be marked by success in exhibitions includin...
We are glad to offer you a rare and stunning Kosobe-yaki Chawan with a beautiful hand painting of pines and cranes, under thick cream colored glaze on very thinly potted clay blended with shiseki for great effect. This is likely the work of the second or third generation Shinbei, both known for their Korai-Utsushi (Korean style) wares. Finding such a delicate Chawan in such good condition from the Edo period is exceedingly rare. It comes with a shiho-san wooden box.
On the bottom is...
This is a wonderful aesthetic Japanese high-class porcelain tea bowl of Kyo ware, which was made by the 1st class potter and artist, the 4th Shohei Sugita (1942-) about 40 years ago.
Highlight is the hand-painted plum tree decoration.
The seal of his kiln (Seikanji kiln) is stamped on the bottom. The original wooden storage box with the signature of the potter is also included.
Sugita Shohei was born 1942 as the 4th generation of the Sugita family, which in...
This chawan will make your eyes shine with its beauty. Wonderful distorted Suhama-gata (shoreline type) Chawan of Arita ware with finest golden lines of a real high class kintsugi. Different shades of purple make this Chawan from the Meiji Period (1868-1912) to a truely incomparable piece of art.
No chips or cracks.
Size: 6,5 x1 2,5 cm
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Located in western Saga prefecture, Arita is the original home of Japanese...
A very aesthetically pleasing Japanese high-quality and mystic Raku Chawan with a rarely seen jade green glaze.
Iridescent green and white tinges rise up like some deep space cloud on the meteoric surface of this sugi-nari shaped (Cedar shape) chawan. It dates back to the early stage of the 20th century (Meiji Period). This exceptional bowl is part of our family collection since the 1940ies. The extraordinary beauty of this bowl enhances every collection.
No chips, cracks ...
Japanese Yama Chawan (literally 'Mountain Tea Bowl'), biscuit firing ware with impressive natural glaze and slightly distorted form. It dates back to the Kamakura Period (1185 - 1333). Highlight is big golden Foo Dog which was added by a former owner as a kind of Kintsugi to close a damage on the inside surface. Such typ of Kintsugi is definitely rare.
You can also find traces of the famous kai-yu glaze on this excavated piece, which makes it to a true historic-cultural highlight.
Stunning Japanese golden Tenmoku Chawan of Kyo Yaki. The brown pottery is covered with a gorgeous gold glaze and shows a wonderful crazing. It dates back to the later Meiji Period (1868-1912) and is in greatest antique condition with no chips or cracks.
Kyo-yaki is a type of Japanese pottery. It is a generic name given to pottery made in Kyoto, such as Awataguchi-yaki (Awataguchi pottery) and Omuro-yaki (Omuro pottery). Most Kyo-yaki ceramics are made with an overglaze painting tech...