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加藤委/(青白磁)ぐい呑1                     KATO Tsubusa/(Seihakuji)Guinomi - ギャラリー海野

加藤委/(青白磁)ぐい呑1 KATO Tsubusa/(Seihakuji)Guinomi - ギャラリー海野

重松あゆみ(AYUMI SHIGEMATU)展 - 目黒陶芸館 館長ブログ

重松あゆみ(AYUMI SHIGEMATU)展 - 目黒陶芸館 館長ブログ

和蘭陀 半筒茶碗

和蘭陀 半筒茶碗

前十四代今泉今右衛門・深見陶治展

前十四代今泉今右衛門・深見陶治展

Japanese ceramics at TEFAF Maastricht 2014 /// More on Interiorator.com

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青白磁香炉 (木箱付) 作家「市川博一」

青白磁香炉 (木箱付) 作家「市川博一」

Jerome Hirson

Jerome Hirson

SHIMIZU Uichi (1926-2004) Vase and Tea Bowl, Yellow Celadon H3 x Dia5.25 inches

SHIMIZU Uichi (1926-2004) Vase and Tea Bowl, Yellow Celadon H3 x Dia5.25 inches

Water jar (mizusashi), Heisei period (1989–present), Nakamura Takuo (Japanese, born 1945) Stoneware inlaid with gold and silver; lid of lacquered wood; Water jars, such as this mizusashi, play a pivotal aesthetic role during tea ceremonies, for they are the first and last vessels to be brought into tearooms. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Water jar (mizusashi), Heisei period Nakamura Takuo (Japanese, born Stoneware inlaid with gold and silver; lid of lacquered wood

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