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** Gertrud and Otto Natzler bowl

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Boxes for Chawan and Stationery : 茶碗の箱と文房四宝 | 'Anagama ...

Boxes for Chawan and Stationery : 茶碗の箱と文房四宝

三輪壽雪 《鬼萩花冠高台茶碗 銘 命の開花》2003年 Miwa Jusetsu (1910- ) was a legend and was also known as Kyusetsu 11th, taking that name in 1967. Along with his elder brother Kyuwa (1985-1981, Kyusetsu 10th), Kyusetsu and Jusetsu helped revive and create classical and contemporary Hagi-yaki in the early and mid 20th century.

In the world of Japanese traditional ceramics there is not one form held in higher esteem than a chawan, a "mere" bowl used to serve whipped green tea.

Tokuro Като "Дьявол Остров '|  ЛЮБЕЗНОГО Musée TOMO

Chawan: Simply, some of the hardest works of pottery to create

I see birds flying in a beautiful mountainous landscape, this cup is so lovely

NATZLER Earthenware bowl covered in blue and white "crater" glaze. It's such a shame that Otto would never share his glaze recipes. This glaze is lovely.

Shigaraki anagama 10day anagama fired tea bowl by kanzakishiho, $3000.00

Shigaraki, anagama, 10day anagama fired tea bowl with natural ash deposits. chawan-32

Takashi Tanaka, Tea Bowl. Natural colors produced by flames "The Moon between the Clouds", Stoneware, 13.4cm Diameter x 8.5cmH

Takashi Tanaka, Tea Bowl-- "The Moon between the Clouds." Natural colors produced by flames.

winter matcha chawan

Winter Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed with White Shino over Alberta Slip

Winter Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed with White Shino over Alberta…

Gertrude and Otto Natzler / crater bowl-glazed earthenware, burst bubble glaze

Gertrude & Otto Natzler crater bowl - glazed earthenware with a burst-bubble glaze and blue highlights.

Bildergebnis für gertrud natzler

Bildergebnis für gertrud natzler

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Otto Natzler and Gertrud Natzler,     ceramic bowl with volcanic glaze, ca. 1950

Otto Natzler and Gertrud Natzler, ceramic bowl with volcanic glaze, ca.

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