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Hikidashiguro. Kiln-pulled Black Oribe Chawan by Tsujimura Shiro (b. 1947)

Hikidashiguro (kiln-pulled black) tea bowl by Tsujimura Shiro - an example of the clog or shoe shape tea bowl with a wide mouth (appropriate for the summer season)

Japanese vintage"Showa era shigaraki ware bowl"teabowl,chawan

Japanese vintage"Showa era shigaraki ware bowl"teabowl,chawan,Japan pottery

It is Japanese vintage"Showa era shigaraki ware bowl". Size centimeters in height, diameter centimeters, 260 grams in weight.

Sjoran Fitzpatrick

Sjoran Fitzpatrick

h 9 cm, Ø 6 cm

chawan tea bowl by Zamikhovsky on Etsy

Tadashi Nishihata   Tea Bowl No. 17  w/ Hai-yu glaze  (w/ wooden box) wood-fired ceramic  5" x 4.5" x 4"h

Tadashi Nishihata Tea Bowl No. 17 w/ Hai-yu glaze (w/ wooden box) wood-fired ceramic x x

japanese tea bowls - Google Search

Raku Kichizaemon XV: Raku tea bowls originated in Japan in the late Century. These small, austere and often irregular-shaped bowls were made for the purpose of drinking a powdered green tea during the Zen Buddhist tea ceremony.

Frank Boyden and Tom Coleman

TEXTURE Tea Bowls by Frank Boyden and Tom Coleman at the American Museum of Ceramic Art Pomona, California

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