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杉形, Sugi-nari: Cedar Shape Many different shapes of tea bowls

杉形, Sugi-nari: Cedar Shape Many different shapes of tea bowls

切十文字高台, Kirijumonji Kodai: Cross Cut Foot

切十文字高台, Kirijumonji Kodai: Cross Cut Foot

Koichi Uchida

Koichi Uchida

Arita ware matcha tea bowl porcelain Seiji

Arita ware matcha tea bowl porcelain Seiji

'NOGIME TEMMOKU' TEA BOWL  SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY, 12TH CENTURY

A magnificent and extremely rare ‘Jian’ ‘nogime temmoku’ tea bowl, Southern Song dynasty, century

RAKU WARE | Raku Museum-Collections:Kichizaemon XV (1949 ~ )  Black Rakui tea bowl named “Shûgiku” (made in 2000) This is a tea bowl made by the current generation who tried to achieve his individual style out of the tradition of Raku tea bowls based on the fundamentals. The shape is dynamic and varied, a tint of light green partly emerging on the pitch-black texture, giving a bowl a highly modern look.

The Raku Museum is the unique specialisitic museum of Raku ware exhibiting a collection of Raku pieces handed down by the Raku family, a ceramic dynasty of 450 years' history and making further studies on this subject.

Nic Collins  http://www.nic-collins.co.uk/

Nic Collins, wood fired pottery, also gives kiln firing courses

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Tea bowl with design of pampas grass early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, cobalt and iron pigments under transparent glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

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Tea Bowl with Landscape Design (and lovely rim repair), 18th century

JAPAN__Tea Bowl with Landscape Design, century Japanese pottery

besidebloomingirises:  Chawan 19th century

Tea bowl century Edo period or Meiji era Raku-type earthenware with Black Raku glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Takahashi Dôhachi III (1811-1879)

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Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Kyoto ware with crane Takahashi Dôhachi III Raku type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware with raku glaze Centimetres: (height), (outside diameter) 1840 - 1879 AD Early Modern; Edo - Meiji Periods Area of Origin: Japan.

LUCIE RIE, Small rounded bowl, ca. 1968  	      	      		      	   	         	   	        	   	           	      	                  Small rounded bowl, ca. 1968Stoneware, mixed clays thrown together, dolomite glaze. 4 in. (10.2 cm.) high, 4 3/4 in. (12.1 cm.) diameter Impressed with artist's seal.EXHIBITED "Lucie Rie," Crafts Council London, 1992, No. 10.10

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

Tea bowl, ca. 1575  Tanaka Chôjirô (?), (Japanese, 1516–?1592)  Japan  Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports (Raku ware) Tea bowl (17.118.74) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Tea bowl, ca. 1575 Tanaka Chôjirô, Japan Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports.

砂浜形, Suhama-gata: Shoreline Type

砂浜形, Suhama-gata: Shoreline Type
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