Arimoto Kuugen (b.1963) is a Hiroshima-based Shino specialist–he gets all his materials from Mino–who is also creating some wonderful green ash-glazed works like that of Ezaki Issei (1918-1992). Recently Arimoto has been sculpting flowing-rippling vessels in both glazing schemes; mainly… More
Minegishi Seiko(b.1952) is without doubt become one of Japan’s finest and most original celadon ceramic artists today. His forms are unique and his deep crackled glazing is exquisite. Here is a prime museum-quality example of that, a supremely-refined six-sided jar; in perfect condition with… More
There’s a lovely elegance to the pure white porcelain works of Shomura Hisaki (b. 1974) of which we offer some for the first time here at RYYG. Shomura comes from a long line of Arita potters and is one of the leaders in bringing Arita wares to a more contemporary sculptural approach. Here in… More
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Take the heat off the summer by chilling one of these and then the pour……each in perfect condition, prices noted on base, 11-11.7cm.tall, signed on side with signed boxes.
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Matsui Kosei(1927-2003) was designated a Living National Treasure for his multi-colored neriage marbled ware in 1993. Now I’ve seen a rainbow of colors on his work, some are unbelievably beautiful and moving, while others are a bit too much for me in terms of color combinations; nonetheless,… More
From a recent Kato anagama firing some new sake vessel forms for him, those being the heavily faceted katakuchi, each with a fine firing and each hold a little over 250ml. Each is 35,000 yen, perfect condition, signed boxes, signed on base.
The far left guinomi is available and photos gladly sent… More
25,000 yen and 35,000 yen