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Kawai, Kanjiro

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Kawai Kanjiro (Japanese, 1890-1966). Vase, ca. 1955. Stoneware, 7 1/4 x 6 3/8 in. (18.4 x 16.2 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Dr. Herbert Meadow, 75.120.2. Creative Commons-BY

Kawai Kanjiro (Japanese, Vase, ca. Stoneware, 7 x 6

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Phil Rogers two yunomi nuka glaze

Shino Fresh Water Jar by Suzuki Tomio

2000 Cranes represents the finest Japanese ceramic artists: Kamada Koji, Ikai Yuichi, Suzuki Tomio, Nagai Ken, Wada Tozan and others.

Chawan Wabi Sabi Japanese Style Shigaraki Clay Tea by ArttoHold

Chawan Wabi Sabi Japanese Style Shigaraki Clay Tea Bowl Matcha Tea Ceremony Teabowl George Watson, what a wonderful finish

Water jar with spout (vase à bec), 1550–1600  France (Saintes)  Lead-glazed earthenware

I'd love one of these, sans lead. Water jar with spout (vase à bec), France (Saintes) Lead-glazed earthenware

Tea Bowl Hamada Shōji  (Japanese, 1894–1978) Date: ca. 1935 Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: H. 3-1/8, W. 4-1/2 inches (7.9 x 11.4 cm) Classifi...

Tea Bowl Hamada Shōji (Japanese, Date: ca. 1935 Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: H.

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