Tamamizu Ichigen, (1662?-1722, Edo period): Raku-type earthenware with red slip under clear glaze; gold lacquer repairs

blueberrymodern: Japanese art of Kintsukuroi: to repair with gold. craftkammer: Repaired tea bowl Japan early c, Edo period

絵唐津丸十文茶碗 - 出光コレクション - 出光美術館 桃山時代 ゆったりとして、大らかな茶碗である。腰に丸みをもちながら立ち上がり、口縁はやや外反している。灰青色を帯びた釉が腰まで包み、腰から高台にかけては、赤褐色に焼けた素地をみせる。胴には、太く粗い筆致で、円の中に十を描く。文様の部分は釉が剥がれ落ち、虫喰いとなっている。出光佐三は本作を、その文様から「丸十の茶碗」と呼んで鍾愛した。出光美術館の古唐津コレクションは、この一碗と佐三との出逢いから始まる。

Idemitsu Sazo "rice bowl of ten full". Old Karatsu collection of Idemitsu Museum…

萩茶碗はけめ14.0×14.0×9.0

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Shodai ware rice bowl, used as tea bowl 1790-1850 Edo period Stoneware with bamboo-grass-ash glaze H: 6.6 W: 11.5 D: 11.5 cm Japan

Shodai ware rice bowl, used as tea bowl Edo period Stoneware with bamboo-grass-ash glaze H: W: D: cm Japan

Early Karatsu ware tea bowl, categorized into the type of 'Muji-Karatsu Chawan' (or possibly "ki-Karatsu"). 'Gintsugi' silver restorations. Mid Edo period, 17-18th century approx. 10.3-10.7cm in diameter, 7.5cm in height (4.06-4.21in, 2.95in).

Early Karatsu ware tea bowl, categorized into the type of 'Muji-Karatsu Chawan' (or possibly "ki-Karatsu").

A172-Japanese-OLD-IGA-pottery-ware-water-jar-MIZUSASHI-with-great-atmosphere

A172-Japanese-OLD-IGA-pottery-ware-water-jar-MIZUSASHI-with-great-atmosphere

A tea bowl owned by Furuta Oribe, a samurai tea master. The name  of the bowl -- "Jyumonji" (cross) -- comes from Oribe's cutting down an over-sized bowl. Ri Dynasty (15th-16th century), Mitsui Bunko Museum (Tokyo). A repair that uses only original pieces is called "tomo-naoshi" or "tomo-zukuroi." Info from link

tea bowl was once owned by the famous samurai tea master, Furuta Oribe The name "Jyumonji" (cross) was given after Oribe cut down an over-sized bowl. Interestingly, Oribe was one of earliest Christians in the C.

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