Tea bowl in the style of Hon'ami Koetsu, unknown Raku ware workshop 19th century Edo period or Meiji era. Raku. Japan

Domus: Tea bowl in the style of Hon'ami Koetsu, unknown Raku ware workshop century Edo period or Meiji era.

Flower bamboo vase with side opening by Sen no Rikyu (1522-1592), Japan 竹一重切花入 千利休

Flower bamboo vase with side opening by Sen no Rikyu 竹一重切花入 千利休

Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Ceramic Design, Ceramic Art, Chawan, Raku Pottery, Tea Ceremony, Tea Bowls, Pottery Ideas

黒織部抹茶茶碗

織部焼と古田織部: でかじりペンギン寿司屋女将修行★

Raku Kichizaemon 15th generation 楽吉左衛門 「守波離」 未来空間への出帆

Raku Kichizaemon 15th generation 楽吉左衛門 「守波離」 未来空間への出帆

「瀬戸面取手茶入 佐久間面取」 江戸時代 17世紀 中興名物

「瀬戸面取手茶入 佐久間面取」 江戸時代 17世紀 中興名物

[Omote senke] utensils: Korai cylindrical flower container owned by Rikyu. [表千家不審菴]茶の湯の道具:高麗筒花入

[Omote senke] utensils: Korai cylindrical flower container owned by Rikyu. [表千家不審菴]茶の湯の道具:高麗筒花入

竹花入 銘 再来 小堀遠州作 江戸時代 17世紀

Flower vase, known as Sairai. By Kobori Enshu Edo period, century.

Replica of Kuroraku tea bowl called "Hachihiraki" which is one of Rikyu Shichishu (7 kinds of Raku-yaki bowls made by his pupil, Chojiro ordered by Rikyu). By Shoetse who is a modern Kyoyaki potter

Replica of Kuroraku tea bowl called "Hachihiraki" which is one of Rikyu Shichishu kinds of Raku-yaki bowls made by his pupil, Chojiro ordered by Rikyu). By Shoetse who is a modern Kyoyaki potter

Rikyu's bamboo vase from about 1590, called Shakuhachi. This is not clay, but Rikyu's use of unadorned vases, use of Raku ware, and worship of the imperfect had a profound influence on Japanese ceramics.

Rikyu's bamboo vase from about called Shakuhachi. This is not clay, but Rikyu's use of unadorned vases, use of Raku ware, and worship of the imperfect had a profound influence on Japanese ceramics.

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