• Ogata Kenzan (Japanese, 1663-1743). Mukozuke (Sweetmeat dish). 18th century. Edo period. Rimpa School. Stoneware with enamel background and paper-resist blossoms with enamel centers. Brooklyn Museum.
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  • PAUL PHILP
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  • A10919: jug; drinking jug Production date: Medieval; late 13th-mid 14th century Measurements: H 165 mm; DM 90 mm
  • Lux | sabbia gallery
  • The very talented Susan of Susan Simonini Ceramics on Etsy creates exactly the style of beautiful, rustic tableware that I dream of filling my house with. The
  • darksilenceinsuburbia:  Gérard Traquandi. Untitled, 2008. Terracotta. H 54 x D 47 cm.
  • 1945-1970. Pol Chambost
  • Maria Bofill
  • Winter Bowl
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  • Peru |  La Leche River (?)  | Chimú | Compartmented Stirrup Spout Jar | 12th–15th century | Ceramic |  Height 6-7/8 in.
  • The Ceramic Sculptures of Kathy Butterly
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  • at The Clay Studio
  • Jessica Hans candle holder
  • Stan Bitters @ South Willard
  • Leopard Candlestick by Claudia Rankin
  • MICHAEL AND MAGDALENA SUAREZ FRIMKESS
  • Wiener Werkstätte flower vase c. 1921 Hand-painted and glazed thrown earthenware  This vase represents a key moment in not only ceramic’s history, but in the history of design relations between Europe and the United States. This vase has the history...
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