Origin: Mashiko, Japan Mashiko tea bowl made by Mingei artist Ishikawa Hajime. Beautiful glazing drips all around and inside and exposed earth foot at the bottom. Slightly rounded body.

Mashiko tea bowl A

Origin: Mashiko, Japan Mashiko tea bowl made by Mingei artist Ishikawa Hajime. Beautiful glazing drips all around and inside and exposed earth foot at the bottom. Slightly rounded body.

Tea bowl |  Place of origin: Mashiko, Japan (made), about 1935-1950 (made) | Artist/Maker: Hamada, Shoji, born 1894 - died 1978 (maker) | Stoneware with rust brown and mottled bluish glazes | V&A Search the Collections

Tea bowl

Tea bowl, stoneware with rust brown and mottled bluish glazes, made by Hamada Shoji, Japan (Mashiko), about Museum Number

Tea Bowl Yunomi Wood Fired by JohnMcCoyPottery on Etsy, $45.00

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PETER SPARREY STUDIO POTTERY PORCELAIN TEA BOWL YUNOMI CHUN  & TITANIUM   GLAZE

Peter sparrey studio pottery porcelain tea bowl yunomi chun & titanium glaze

PETER SPARREY STUDIO POTTERY PORCELAIN TEA BOWL YUNOMI CHUN & TITANIUM GLAZE

Pair of qingbai conical bowls, 13th century, China, Song dynasty (960 - 1279) - Yuan dynasty (1279 - 1368)

Pair of qingbai conical bowls, century, China, Song dynasty - - Yuan dynasty - - Alain.

Otto & Gertrud Natzler, Bowl with green mariposa glaze with melt fissures. Natzler inventory #L739Studio, executed 1961Signed “Natzler” and retains paper label “L739”. Sold with a Natzler book. 3”h x 6” diameter. Realized: $4,655, December 2009.

Otto & Gertrud Natzler, Bowl with green mariposa glaze with melt fissures

PHILLIPS : NY050413, Lucie Rie, Deep bowl with oval lip

LUCIE RIE Deep bowl with oval lip, circa 1956 Porcelain, manganese glaze, sgraffito and inlaid bands at the lip. x x cm) Impressed with artist’s seal.

Lucie Rie

Lucie Rie, stoneware, Mixed clays thrown together, with dolomite glaze

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