• Shunko (Japan, 1743–1800) ●彡
  • Tea bowl, ca. 1575  Tanaka Chôjirô (?), (Japanese, 1516–?1592)  Japan  Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports (Raku ware)
  • Tea bowl in style of Korean punch'ong ware, unknown Raku ware workshop, Edo period, Kyoto, Japan  #ceramics #pottery
  • wonderful old Chawan
  • Takashi Tanaka, Tea Bowl. Natural colors produced by flames
  • Raku Kõnyu XII (1857 - 1932)
  • Tadashi Nishihata   Tea Bowl No. 28  w/ Hai-yu & iron glazes
  • ぐい呑の棚
  • Black Raku tea bowl by Chojiro (1500′s)  Sen no Rikyū (1522–1591) is considered the most influential figure on the Japanese way of tea, particularly the tradition of wabi-cha (tea of simplicity and sincerity). He considered the ritual of preparing and serving tea an opportunity to experience the essence of life, a moment to transcend everyday reality and be absolutely present with yourself and others.
  • Tea caddy, Japan (Bizen), 1590-1630  備前焼
  • Kosuke KANESHIGE
  • raku chawan
  • A Raku Chawan, (18th century) The irregular-shaped deep chawan in an ochre glaze with spatula marks, impressed seal Ohi, 9.5cm. high
  • Wabi-Sabi-Chawan: February 2013
  • Choyo (朝陽 Rising Sun 1969) by Arakawa Toyozo
  • 志野ぐい呑
  • Nambu Ironware by Nobuho Miya
  • Antique Japanese Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu,1860 ca., Carved poem. Edo.
  • Freer Sackler  Korakuen ware tea bowl circa 1830-40  Yasuke Kyuraku II Edo period  Earthenware with Red Raku glaze H: 7.3 W: 11.7 D: 11.7 cm Tokyo, Japan
  • Yohenkin Shino Nodate Chawan by Suzuki Tomio
  • TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM - Collections The TNM Collection ceramics Tea bowl, oido type.  Enlarge
  • Ajiki Hiro: Golden-brown salt-glazed straight-sided teabowl with dark brown glaze patterning, Glazed stoneware
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  • by akira satake
  • Ken Matsuzaki, Cup, yohen shino glaze, stoneware, 4.25 x 3.5 x 3.5
  • Kakurezaki Ryuichi Bizenyaki teacup
  • Lisa Hammond - Chawan
  • Ken Matsuzaki, Tea bowl, yohen shino glaze, stoneware, 3.75 x 4 x 4
  • Kenzan style tea bowl with design of crane and flowing water, late 19th century. Kyoto workshop, imitation   Meiji era. Red clay; white slip, iron pigment under transparent lead glaze. H: 8.0 W: 13.5 cm. Kyoto, Japan.
  • JTea bowl, possibly Nagayo ware  1840-1860    Unidentified, Japanese   Edo period     Porcellaneous stoneware with lead glazes  H: 8.4 W: 11.9 cm   Possibly Nagayo, Japan
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