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GREENWOODSTUDIO : Matcha Chawan, woodfired iron rich stoneware with shino, creek clay and natural ash glazes : Shaun McGuire

GREENWOODSTUDIO : Matcha Chawan, woodfired iron rich stoneware with shino, creek clay and natural ash glazes : Shaun McGuire

Nishihata Tadashi Displayed at the ” Fired By Tradition ” exhibition (2011) at the Joan B Mirviss Gallery Tanba-ware-glazed-tea-bowl

Nishihata Tadashi Displayed at the ” Fired By Tradition ” exhibition (2011) at the Joan B Mirviss Gallery Tanba-ware-glazed-tea-bowl

Raku ware is a type of ceramic highly esteemed in the Japanese tea ceremony. It is a lightweight glazed earthenware molded by hand rather than thrown on a potter's wheel. The clay is rough and unpretentious, covered in an opaque glaze, as we see here. Raku ware could be fired in small, indoor kilns, which contributed to its popularity in the city of Kyoto, a major tea center. It is traditionally associated with the Raku family of potters, which traces its lineage back to the time of the…

Raku ware is a type of ceramic highly esteemed in the Japanese tea ceremony. It is a lightweight glazed earthenware molded by hand rather than thrown on a potter's wheel. The clay is rough and unpretentious, covered in an opaque glaze, as we see here. Raku ware could be fired in small, indoor kilns, which contributed to its popularity in the city of Kyoto, a major tea center. It is traditionally associated with the Raku family of potters, which traces its lineage back to the time of the…