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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1175572 (stock #YC-85)
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Yunomi, Tea Cup, Mashiko-yaki (Mashiko ware) by Ootsuka Keiichi. H.3.375" (8.5cm) x Dia.3" (7.5cm.) Volume = 7oz (210ml.) Light brown glaze with iron brush work of grasses. There are many potters named Ootsuka in the Mashiko area, and it was Ootsuka Keizaburo who established the first Mashiko pottery in the 1850's...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1255663 (stock #HG-58)
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Square, Deep Serving Dish; Kaki Glaze; with red, yellow, & green overglaze enamels, by Munetoshi Tagami of Hinata Kiln, Mashiko. H.2"(5cm) x 8.5"(21.5cm.) Square. Tagami Munetoshi (b. 1972) is the son of Tagami Isamu and grandson of Sudo Takeo. He is the 5th generation of potters in Mashiko’s Hinatagama (Hinata Kiln) founded during the Meiji Period (1868-1912) by Sudo Yujiro...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1205755 (stock #SF-63)
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Bee hive shaped flower Vase by Sachiko Furuya; Honolulu, HI. Shino and Bamboo Ash Glazes. Some serendipitous pink coloring has occurred due to smoking in the kiln. H. 6.375"(16.25cm) x Dia. 5.875"(15cm.) Sachiko Furuya hails from Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. There, she studied pottery with Yukio Matsuura, making primarily tea wares for practitioners of the Omotesenke School of Tea...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1255661 (stock #HG-60)
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8-sided plate with kaki glaze and overglaze red and green enamels in flower pattern. Suitable for tea sweets (kashizara,) or any food serving vessel. 6.25"(16cm) x 6.25"(16cm.) By Isamu Tagami of Hinata Kiln, Mashiko. Tagami Isamu was born in 1947 in Mooka, a village neighboring to Mashiko. He married into the Sudo family and apprenticed under Sudo Takeo...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1255659 (stock #HG-70, HG-71)
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Two Small Rectangular Dishes, Kaki Glaze with red & green overglaze enamels. Isamu Tagami, Mashiko. HG-70 = H.1.125"(3cm) x W.3.25"(8.25cm) X L.4.25"(11cm.) HG-71 = H. 0.5"(1.5cm) X W.3.25" x L.4"(10.5cm.) Tagami Isamu was born in 1947 in Mooka, a village neighboring to Mashiko. He married into the Sudo family and apprenticed under Sudo Takeo...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1255447 (stock #SF-83)
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Round Dish; Iron, Black, Bamboo Ash Glazes; by Sachiko Furuya; Honolulu, HI. H. 1.875"(5cm) x Dia. 11.375"(29cm.) Sachiko Furuya hails from Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. There, she studied pottery with Yukio Matsuura, making primarily tea wares for practitioners of the Omotesenke School of Tea. She also attended the College of Arts at Nihon University (Tokyo,) Suidobara Fine Arts Academy (Tokyo,) and has a Studio Art degree from Clark College in Dubuque, Iowa...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1207831 (stock #HG-44)
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Vase, Hanaire, Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Munetoshi. Kaki (persimmon) & White glazes with red & green overglaze enamel decorations of snow on bamboo grass (yuki mochi sasa) & stripes. H. 9.5"(24cm) x 2.375"(6cm) Square. Ideal for placement in tokonoma. Tagami Munetoshi (b. 1972) is the son of Tagami Isamu and grandson of Sudo Takeo. He is the 5th generation of potters in Mashiko’s Hinatagama (Hinata Kiln) founded during the Meiji Period (1868-1912) by Sudo Yujiro...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1237891 (stock #JB.MC3)
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Wood-fired Tea Bowl, Matcha Chawan, by John Benn; Harstine Island, WA. Shino Glaze. One finger marking remains where the bowl was glaze dipped. Stamped with artist's mark. H...
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Wood-fired Tea Bowl, Matcha Chawan, by John Benn; Harstine Island, WA. Temmoku (Black) Glaze. Stamped with artist's mark. H. 3.125"(8.00cm) x Dia. 4.625"(12.00cm.) John Benn studied with F. Carleton Ball and Ken Stevens at the U. of Puget Sound in Tacoma, and with Howard Shapiro and Sandra Simon in the MFA Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1976, he built his first wood kiln. Now, he and his wife, Colleen Gallagher, make wood-fired pottery among the pristine forests of ...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1237888 (stock #JB.MC6)
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Wood-fired Tea Bowl, Matcha Chawan, by John Benn; Harstine Island, WA. Black Glaze, with areas appearing ochre and gold. Four finger marks remain where the bowl was glaze-dipped. Stamped with artist's mark. H. 3.25"(8.25cm) x Dia. 5.75"(14.5cm.) John Benn studied with F. Carleton Ball and Ken Stevens at the U. of Puget Sound in Tacoma, and with Howard Shapiro and Sandra Simon in the MFA Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1976, he built his first wood kiln. Now, he and h...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Vases : Contemporary item #1237883 (stock #JB.GV1)
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Wood-fired Vase, Hana-ire, by John Benn; Harstine Island, WA. Natural Ash Glaze. Inspired by Tsuno-daru (Sake Cask with Horns.) H. 9.25"(23.5cm) x Dia. 4"(10cm.) natural Ash Glazing, shell wadding remains on body. John Benn studied with F. Carleton Ball and Ken Stevens at the U. of Puget Sound in Tacoma, and with Howard Shapiro and Sandra Simon in the MFA Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1976, he built his first wood kiln. Now, he and his wife, Colleen Gallagher, mak...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1207827 (stock #HG-13,14)
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Yunomi, Tea Cups, Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Isamu of Hinata Kiln. Faceted sides, Kaki (persimmon) glaze on exterior, White Nuka (rice husk ash) glazed interior, with red & green overglaze enamel decoration of sugar cane and stripes. H.3.25"(8.25cm) x Dia.3.25"(8.25cm,) Volume=8.5oz (250cc.) Tagami Isamu was born in 1947 in Mooka, a village neighboring to Mashiko. He married into the Sudo family and apprenticed under Sudo Takeo. He was originally trained as a Japanese chef and had his own restaur...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1207688 (stock #HG-35)
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Kuro (Black) Sabi-Nagashi (dripped glaze) Kaku Bachi (Square Plate,) Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Isamu. Mashiko-guro) (Mashiko Black) glaze with Kaki (persimmon) glaze cross pattern. H. 1.25"(3cm) x 6.5" (16.5cm) square. Small "kamakizu" (kiln scar) on side (see enlargement #4).Tagami Isamu was born in 1947 in Mooka, a village neighboring to Mashiko. He married into the Sudo family and apprenticed under Sudo Takeo. He was originally trained as a Japanese chef and had his own restaurant before embark...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1283909 (stock #SF-101)
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Shino glaze dish with sgraffito decoration, by Sachiko Furuya; Honolulu, HI. White Shino glaze. H. 2.0"(5cm) x Dia. 6.25"(16cm.) Sachiko Furuya hails from Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. There, she studied pottery with Yukio Matsuura, making primarily tea wares for practitioners of the Omotesenke School of Tea. She also attended the College of Arts at Nihon University (Tokyo,) Suidobara Fine Arts Academy (Tokyo,) and has a Studio Art degree from Clark College in Dubuque, Iowa. She has exhibited her...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1207686 (stock #HG-31 to 34)
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Small Dishes, Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Munetoshi of Hinata Kiln. Kaki (persimmon) glaze with white border. H. 1"(2.5cm) x Dia. 4.375"(11cm.) Tagami Munetoshi (b. 1972) is the son of Tagami Isamu and grandson of Sudo Takeo. He is the 5th generation of potters in Mashiko’s Hinatagama (Hinata Kiln) founded during the Meiji Period (1868-1912) by Sudo Yujiro. At the age of 16, he started his apprenticeship under his grandfather and then right after high school went to America to major in modern art...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1207684 (stock #HG-26, 27)
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Small Dishes, Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Isamu. Kaki (persimmon) glaze with nuki-e (wax resist) design of "marumon" (crest of 3 circles.) This pattern was used by Hamada Shoji and is still used by the Hinata Kiln. H. 0.875"(2.25cm) x 4.625"(11cm) square. Tagami Isamu was born in 1947 in Mooka, a village neighboring to Mashiko. He married into the Sudo family and apprenticed under Sudo Takeo. He was originally trained as a Japanese chef and had his own restaurant before embarking on a career in p...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Plates : Contemporary item #1207680 (stock #HG-25)
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Plate, Mashiko-yaki, by Tagami Isamu of Hinata Kiln, Mashiko, Tochigi Prefecture. Kuro (black) and Kaki-yu ("persimmon" glaze.) H.1.25"(3cm) x Dia.7"(18cm.) Tagami Isamu was born in 1947 in Mooka, a village neighboring to Mashiko. He married into the Sudo family and apprenticed under Sudo Takeo. He was originally trained as a Japanese chef and had his own restaurant before embarking on a career in pottery, giving him a unique perspective on functional wares. He is currently the 4th-generation he...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1255757 (stock #HG-94)
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Matcha Chawan, Tea Bowl, by Munetoshi Tagami of Hinata Kiln, Mashiko. "Fuyu Chawan" (Winter Tea Bowl) shape. Kaki glaze, black interior. H.2.75"(7cm) x Dia.4.75"(12cm.) Tagami Munetoshi (b. 1972) is the son of Tagami Isamu and grandson of Sudo Takeo. He is the 5th generation of potters in Mashiko’s Hinatagama (Hinata Kiln) founded during the Meiji Period (1868-1912) by Sudo Yujiro. At the age of 16, he started his apprenticeship under his grandfather and then right after high school went to Am...