• KATO Tokuro (1897-1985), Japan 加藤唐九郎
  • Keiichi TANAKA, Japan 田中 啓一
  • Flower hanging vase by Kouzo TAKEUCHI, Japan
  • Shinobu Hashimoto
  • Tea pot by National Living Treasure of Japan, Jozan YAMADA III (1924~2005)
  • 野々村 仁清 Nonomura Ninsei
  • SHOZO MICHIKAWA (b. 1953)  3. (SHM155) Tall shino pot, 2009, stoneware, 52 x 15 cm
  • Omuro ware freshwater jar for the tea ceremony  mid 17th century    Nonomura Ninsei , (Japanese, active ca. 1646-77)   Edo period     Stoneware clay with iron and rice-straw ash glazes; lacquered wooden lid   H: 19.5 W: 9.5 D: 15.1 cm   Kyoto, Japan , Nonomura Ninsei can be counted in the handful of Japanese ceramic artists known by name, along with Chojiro and Kenzan, who have exerted the most profound and lasting influence on the development of Japanese ceramics.
  • Japan, Momoyama period (1568–1615), early 17th century. Ewer for Use in Tea Ceremony, Shino-Oribe ware with iron decoration.
  • Okabe Mineo
  • VASE WITH INCISED BAMBOO DESIGN INOUE MANJI 10 3/4” x 4” White Porcelain
  • Hayashi Kotaro
  • Urakami Zenji
  • Bizen Tokkuri by Living National Treasure Fujiwara Kei
  • Morito Tatsuruhama
  • Bizen / Hiroyuki WAKIMOTO 2013
  • Mashiko-yaki
  • E-Karatsu Large Plate with Pine decoration
  • Old Japanese ceramic sake jug/bottle, with rope
  • KOIE Akira, Japan 鯉江明
  • Arita Blue and White Porcelain Sake Bottle
  • Hayashi Shotaro
  • Vase by National Living Treasure of Japan, Sekisui ITO (1941~)
  • shino takeda
  • fujiwara-yu-bizen
  • Suzuki Tomio, Yohen Aka Shino.
  • KATO Tsubusa, Japan 加藤委
  • Gourd-shaped sake bottle  early 17th century    Momoyama period     White pottery with iron decoration under feldspathic glaze  H: 21.5 W: 10.5 D: 10.5 cm   Kujiri, Tajimi, Japan
  • RICH TESSHA KAKI MIZUSASHI/TSUBO BY HYUGA MUNETOSHI
  • Tea caddy, Japan (Bizen), 1590-1630
  • .Hiroshi Morioka bizen ware
  • Bizen Happa-zara Leaf Shaped Plate by Isezaki Mitsuru
  • Japanese Shigaraki ceramic jar, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912. A fine example of the famous pottery crafted at Shigaraki, one of the six ancient kilns of Japan, near Kyoto. Shigaraki dates to the medieval period, and from the 17th century