Nishihata Tadashi (b.1948) is most likely the greatest traditional Tamba ceramic in Japan today—more about him in our archives. Here is a richly fired Nishihata vessel with various tones and textures. It’s 28.3cm.tallx31.5cm.x15.5cm. perfect condition, signed box.
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Museum quality, yet hope these end up on someone’s table for use; dating to 1991 and only a few sets made by Mori Togaku. The hidasuki-straw markings are quite radical and better in person than the reflective photos of each. Each is 4cm.tallx26.5-27, stamped on base, perfect condition with a… More
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Kimura Moriyasu(b.1935) is a Kyoto-based Tenmoku specialist who creates dazzling original glazes which have won him a most loyal following for decades. His works are in museums in Japan, UK and USA, one being the Denver Musuem of Art where his chawan graced an exhibition catalog. Here is a vase… More
The left one is on the large side while the right one is a standard chawan size, both have most engaging yakishime (unglazed high-fired natural-ash-glaze-stoneware) varied ‘landscapes.’ Kishino Kan (b.1975, Kyoto) lives and breathes ceramics in the hills of Iga. Not just Iga though he… More
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Suzu is one of Japan’s lost stoneware styles that few collectors know about. As the Suzu Ceramic Museum in the Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa prefecture notes, “Suzu ware is a kind of pottery made in Suzu from the latter half of the 12th century to the end of the 15th century. It was… More
Here is a deluxe Ko-Bizen book tracing this storied stoneware style from its roots up to the Edo period, 437 color photos. Published in 1982 in a limited edition of 1500 this one is number 1458. Also is a potter’s mark section separated by periods, in Japanese only. Cardboard cover, slip… More
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