• 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)
  • Kintsugi: finding beauty in the unique and mended fragments that make up the whole.
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  • Akihiro Nikaido
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  • Dan Kelly #ceramics #pottery
  • Snow Vases by Maxim Velčovský
  • HAMADA TOMOO
  • Randy Johnston Tea Bowl, Nuka and Natural Ash Glaze with Finger Marks Stoneware
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  • Gertrud Vasegaard
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  • Daniel Soderstrom - raku chawan
  • Mutsuo Yanagihara - Chawan #pottery #Japanese_pottery #ceramics #Japanese_ceramics  #cup #teacup #chawan #tea_bowl
  • KURO-CHAWAN (Black Tea Bowl)  OKADA, Yuh  (Hagi artist)
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  • milk pitcher ++ 吉 田 直 嗣
  • Touching Stone Japanese pottery, ceramics, & sumi-e Gallery
  • Japanese Pottery
  • Japanese pottery - modern style
  • Ceramic Box by Japanese Pottery Master Kawai Kanjiro
  • 'Pedestal Cup' by Japanese ceramic artist Demachi Mitsunori. glazed clay, largest cup 3.5 x 6.25 in. via Keiko Gallery
  • Raku ware (楽焼 raku-yaki?) is a type of Japanese pottery that is traditionally used in the Japanese tea ceremony~  Raku means
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  • and on the hottest day of all the guests were invited to sip from a magical drinking bowl...Shoji Hamada
  • Japanese pottery
  • Kintsugi is the japanese philosophy of repairing pottery with gold. Rather than hiding the imperfection this principle draws attention to and beautifies them.
  • Haruo Konno - #Japanese_pottery #yunomi Take a ceramic art workshop at Cullowhee Mountain ARTS summer 2014. www.cullowheemountainarts.org
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  • Alain Vernis - Chawan; tea bowl
  • Water Jar, Shigaraki, 16th century (This style of water container is used in the ceremony to old the cold water)