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All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #819937 (stock #MY.Y.C)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new, set of 4. A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. Volume is 8oz/220 ml. H.3.375"(8.5cm) x Dia.2.875"(7.25cm.) Complements Kyusu #MY.K.3. The town of Mashiko is located about 70 miles northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #820220 (stock #MY.MYB)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. This is a kata (mold) made yunomi, refered to in the local Mashiko dialect as a "mambo" yunomi. It has been a standard production item in Mashiko for many years. This cup features a black glaze over a resist pattern of sasa bamboo leaves and namijiro (white) glaze. Volume =8 oz/220ml. H.3.5"(9cm) X Dia.3"(7.75cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #820215 (stock #MY.Y.A)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. Green glaze over irabo glaze. Volume is 12oz/350 ml. H.4.125"(10.5cm) x Dia.3.5"(9cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #819939 (stock #MY.Y.X)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. The orange-brown "kaki" glaze is a staple of traditional Mashiko ware that is used infrequently these days. It is made from the locally mined Oya stone. It is layered over Mashiko-guro (Mashiko black) glaze. Volume is 9 oz/250 ml. H.3.75"(9.5cm) x Dia.3.25"(8cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #819934 (stock #MY.Y.Q)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. Volume is 9 oz/250 ml. H.3.5"(9cm) x Dia.3"(7.75cm.) The orange-brown "kaki" glaze is a staple of traditional Mashiko ware that is used infrequently these days. It is made from the locally mined Oya stone. It is layered over Mashiko-guro (Mashiko black) glaze. The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #819935 (stock #MY.Y.K)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. Volume is 9 oz/250 ml. H.3.75"(9.5cm) x Dia.3.25"(8cm.)The orange-brown "kaki" glaze is a staple of traditional Mashiko ware that is used infrequently these days. It is made from the locally mined Oya stone. It is layered over Mashiko-guro (Mashiko black) glaze. Complements Kyusu (Teapot) #MY.K.5, The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1063204 (stock #MY.Y.T)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. 2 available. A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. Volume is 8 oz/240 ml. H.3.5"(9cm) x Dia.3.125"(8cm.) The orange-brown "kaki" glaze is a staple of traditional Mashiko ware that is used infrequently these days. It is made from the locally mined Oya stone...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #820219 (stock #MY.MYK)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. This is a kata (mold) made yunomi, refered to in the local Mashiko dialect as a "mambo" yunomi. It has been a standard production item in Mashiko for many years. This cup features a kaki (persimmon) glaze over a resist pattern of grass. Volume = 8 oz/220ml. H.3.5"(9cm) X Dia.3"(7.75cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture. Although there is evidence of pottery manufacture in the region of Mashiko as far back as the ...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #820217 (stock #MY.Y.G)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. Volume is 8.5 oz/240 ml. H.3.5"(9cm) x Dia.3"(7.75cm.)A hand-thrown finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. Over a white glaze is a traditional pattern known as "sansui," (literally, mountain & water) landscape painting. This pattern was used in other folk potteries as well, such as Shigaraki, Seto, & Soma; and has been a traditional pattern in Mashiko since the 19th century. It was popularized by the Folk Craft Movement as this t...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #820225 (stock #MY.MYW)
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Mashiko-ware yunomi (tea cup),new. This is a kata (mold) made yunomi, refered to in the local Mashiko dialect as a "mambo" yunomi. It has been a standard production item in Mashiko for many years. This cup features a Thickly applied white glaze over a black glaze resisted in a grass pattern. Volume=8 oz/220ml. H.3.5"(9cm)xDia.3"(7.75cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture. Although there is evidence of pottery manufacture in the region of Mashiko as...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #819932 (stock #MY.K.3)
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Mashiko-ware kyusu (side-handled teapot), new. A finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. An ash glaze creates a rich green coating, and drips over the shoulder of the irabo-glazed teapot. Volume is 2 cups/500ml. H.4"(10cm) x W.6.75"(17cm.) Complements Yunomi (Teacup) #MY.Y.C. The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture. Although there is evidence of pottery manufacture in the region of Mashiko as far back as the 8th century; pro...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #819933 (stock #MY.K.5)
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Mashiko-ware kyusu (side-handled teapot), new. A finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. A traditional Mashiko-guro (Mashiko Black) glaze is used on this pot, with lines of kaki and nami-jiro (white) glazes criss-crossing over the shoulders of the pot. Volume is 1.5 cups/350ml. H.3.5"(9cm) x W.7.5"(19cm.) Complements Yunomi (Teacup) #MY.Y.K. The town of Mashiko is located about 70 northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture. Although there is evidence of pottery manuf...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Contemporary item #819931 (stock #MY.K.1)
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Mashiko-ware kyusu (side-handled teapot), new. A finely crafted artisan ware in the tradition of Mashiko folk pottery. The orange-brown "kaki" glaze is a staple of traditional Mashiko ware that is used infrequently these days. It is made from the locally mined Oya stone. Drips of Mashiko-guro (Mashiko black) adorn the shoulders of the pot. Volume is 3 cups/750ml. H.4.5"(11.5cm) x W.7.5"(19cm.) The town of Mashiko is located about 70 miles northwest of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture. Although ther...
All Items : New Century : Folk Art : Contemporary item #1110190 (stock #KG-35)
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$30.00
Mayoke Yama Uba, Shinshuu (Nagano Prefecture.) Wood with bark intact, and straw rope. This folk toy depicts a Yama Uba (Mountain Hag) who is also called Yamamba in other parts of Japan. "Mayoke" means "amulet" or "charm," so the item is intended to ward off evil or bad luck, even though Yama Uba are often referred to in stories much like the bogey man is depicted in America. The Yama Uba does have a benevolent side as well, as a Yama Uba was said to be the mother of the legendary mountain boy he...
All Items : New Century : Folk Art : Pre 1990 item #1101507 (stock #MH-7)
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$110.00
Miharu Hariko papier-mache doll of a Court Noble ("kuge") seated on a dias. Miharu Village, Fukushima Prefecture, ca. 1988. H.7.5"(19cm) x W.6.5"(16.5cm.) Very good condition, slight paper cracking where sword protrudes from back of body. Miharu-machi (town) is located just NW of Koriyama City in central Fukushima Prefecture. They say the town’s name “mi’ (3) “haru” (spring) comes from the fact that the three famous blossoms of spring; plum, peach, and cherry, bloom here in profus...
All Items : New Century : Folk Art : Pre 1990 item #1101513 (stock #MH-10)
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Miharu Hariko papier-mache doll of Daikoku, God of Wealth & one of the Seven Lucky Gods. Miharu Village, Fukushima Prefecture, ca. 1988. H.5.5"(14cm) x W.3.625"(9.25cm.) Very Good condition, small paint crack on right shoulder. Daikoku stands poised with raised mallet, his magic hammer that creates an explosion of gold when struck. Miharu-machi (town) is located just NW of Koriyama City in central Fukushima Prefecture. They say the town’s name “mi’ (3) “haru” (spring) comes from t...
All Items : New Century : Folk Art : Pre 2000 item #1101522 (stock #MH-17)
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Miharu Hariko papier-mache doll of Daikoku, God of Wealth and one of the Seven Lucky Gods. Miharu Village, Fukushima Prefecture, ca. 1999. H.5.125"(13cm) x W.7"(18cm.) Excellent Condition. Here, Daikoku stands with arms outstretched, his kimono dispaying a pattern of pines, camellia, & wisteria, and the sleeves seemingly flapping in the wind. Miharu-machi (town) is located just NW of Koriyama City in central Fukushima Prefecture. They say the town’s name “mi’ (3) “haru” (spring) co...
All Items : New Century : Folk Art : Contemporary item #1101537 (stock #MH-19)
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Miharu Hariko papier-mache doll of "Daiko Uchi Onna" (Dancing Girl Holding Drum.) Miharu Village, Fukushima Prefecture, ca. 2008. H.6.625"(17cm) x W.3.75"(10cm.) Excellent Condition. Miharu-machi (town) is located just NW of Koriyama City in central Fukushima Prefecture. They say the town’s name “mi’ (3) “haru” (spring) comes from the fact that the three famous blossoms of spring; plum, peach, and cherry, bloom here in profusion. This colorful backdrop, along with a scenic rural s...