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Lot 25 - A Hagi Ware Chawan [Tea Bowl] Edo period (17th century) The high-sided…

Lot 25 - A Hagi Ware Chawan [Tea Bowl] Edo period century) The high-sided bowl with ring foot covered

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of cherry blossoms. Early to mid-19th century, Ogata Kenzan.

iloverainandcoffee: “ Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of cherry blossoms Early to century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron pigment, and enamels.

Dōnyū (Raku III), Black Raku Tea Bowl named 'Aoyama', 17th century, Raku Museum, Important Art Object, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama

Dōnyū (Raku III), Black Raku Tea Bowl named 'Aoyama', century, Raku Museum…

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The triangle designs were great. You can tell the patience the artist used to create this piece of work.

Japanese Matcha Chawan, also known as a Japanese Green Tea Bowl. Most commonly seen during the Japanese Tea Ceremony.

Love the glaze! Japanese Matcha Chawan, also known as a Japanese Green Tea Bowl. Most commonly seen during the Japanese Tea Ceremony.

Тактильная пиала "Магма"

Тактильная пиала "Магма"

Tsuji Yoshiko

yes-iamredeemed: Tsuji Yoshiko creates vessels through a glaze technique where the ash from a local wood with which the kiln is fired melts onto the piece itself. Each cup is wheel thrown gracefully thin, and finished with a turquoise brilliance.

Kintsugi - Japanese bowl repaired with gold lacquer. The beauty of having been broken.

Bowl, used in Japan as a tea bowl, early century, Joseon period - Porcelain with translucent glaze; gold lacquer repairs - H: W: cm - Gimhae or Jinhae, Korea

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