Welcome to TOJ Gallery…

Browse through our online selection of vintage and contemporary American and European art pottery and prints.  Our inventory is divided into five easy to use categories: American Art Pottery, European Art Pottery and Glass, Decorative Objects, Japanese Woodblock Prints, and Japanese Pottery.  Just click on the category you want to explore in the left hand column and our current inventory will be displayed. You can always request additional pictures. 

If you have questions, have pottery you wish to sell, or would like to be on our mailing list you can reach us at susan@tojgallery.com or by calling 410-626-0770.

We hope you enjoy our selection.

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<p>Group of five bottles in black and white by Akiko Hirai. Sizes in descending order are 12", 9.5", 8.75", 8" and 5.25". In excellent condition.</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Akiko Hirai
Category: Japanese Pottery

Group of five bottles in black and white by Akiko Hirai. Sizes in descending order are 12", 9.5", 8.75", 8" and 5.25". In excellent condition.

 

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<p>Monumental 17" Korean Moon jar by Anglo-Japanese ceramic artist, Akiko Hirai.  Hirai's Moon jars were recently exhibited by the Royal Academy of Arts.  In excellent condition.</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Akiko Hirai
Category: Japanese Pottery

Monumental 17" Korean Moon jar by Anglo-Japanese ceramic artist, Akiko Hirai.  Hirai's Moon jars were recently exhibited by the Royal Academy of Arts.  In excellent condition.

 

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<p>Stunning 14.5" sculptural vase by Akira Satake with natural wood ash and Oribe glaze. Satake is creating some of the best contemporary Oribe pieces available today. Oribe started as a 15th century tea ceremony. In excellent condition.</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Akira Satake
Category: Japanese Pottery

Stunning 14.5" sculptural vase by Akira Satake with natural wood ash and Oribe glaze. Satake is creating some of the best contemporary Oribe pieces available today. Oribe started as a 15th century tea ceremony. In excellent condition.

 

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<p>Stunning early water color, "Early Evening, Kyoto", 10/1/89 by Daniel Kelly. In excellent condition. Framed size is 22"by 12"</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Daniel Kelly
Category: Japanese Woodblock Prints

Stunning early water color, "Early Evening, Kyoto", 10/1/89 by Daniel Kelly. In excellent condition. Framed size is 22"by 12"

 

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<p>" Daisen in Garden" by Hodaka Yoshida, 1953.  Hodaka(1926-1995) was the son of Hiroshi Yoshida and the brother of Toshi.  He began as an oil painter but switched to woodblock prints in 1950.  Our self published print is in excellent condition and the framed size is 13.5" by 16.5"</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Hodaka Yoshida
Category: Japanese Woodblock Prints

" Daisen in Garden" by Hodaka Yoshida, 1953.  Hodaka(1926-1995) was the son of Hiroshi Yoshida and the brother of Toshi.  He began as an oil painter but switched to woodblock prints in 1950.  Our self published print is in excellent condition and the framed size is 13.5" by 16.5"

 

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Intaglio etching, Maker: Hosoya Masayuki
Category: Japanese Woodblock Prints
Intaglio etching, "Comedy" by Hosoya Masayuki from the circus series,11/23. Printed on washi paper, the framed print measures 17.25" by 22". In excellent condition.
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<p>New to TOJ Gallery is the work of Hosoya Masayuki. Our etching on thin washi paper is titled, "A Slight Fever", 51/100. Born in 1943, Hosoya Masayuki trained in France at the Cherbourg Art School and in Tokyo at Ochaomizu Art School. His prints are a unique blend of western abstraction and Japanese printing on thin washi paper.  Our etching is in excellent condition.  The framed size is 15.5" by 14".</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Hosoya Masayuki
Category: Japanese Woodblock Prints

New to TOJ Gallery is the work of Hosoya Masayuki. Our etching on thin washi paper is titled, "A Slight Fever", 51/100. Born in 1943, Hosoya Masayuki trained in France at the Cherbourg Art School and in Tokyo at Ochaomizu Art School. His prints are a unique blend of western abstraction and Japanese printing on thin washi paper.  Our etching is in excellent condition.  The framed size is 15.5" by 14".

 

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<p>Stunning and monumental in design is this 38" W wood fired wild clay wedge shaped vessel by Josh Copus.  The vessel is wheel thrown and paddle shaped with finger wipe decoration.  Wild clay is clay that Josh forages locally.  In excellent condition. Josh is represented in the permanent collection of the Mint Museum.</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Josh Copus
Category: American Art Pottery

Stunning and monumental in design is this 38" W wood fired wild clay wedge shaped vessel by Josh Copus.  The vessel is wheel thrown and paddle shaped with finger wipe decoration.  Wild clay is clay that Josh forages locally.  In excellent condition. Josh is represented in the permanent collection of the Mint Museum.

 

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<p>Fabulous 10.5" handblown glass vase commonly referred to as verre en forge by Kralik, Czechoslovakia, circa 1920s -1930s. In excellent condition.</p>
<p> </p> Maker: Kralik
Category: European Art Pottery

Fabulous 10.5" handblown glass vase commonly referred to as verre en forge by Kralik, Czechoslovakia, circa 1920s -1930s. In excellent condition.

 

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<p>New at TOJ Gallery an L & V Ceram art deco faience craquelure figure of an elephant and trainer, circa 1930.  The sculpture is in excellent condtion and measures 17"L by 4"W and 10.5"H.</p>
<p> </p> Maker: L & V Ceram
Category: European Art Pottery

New at TOJ Gallery an L & V Ceram art deco faience craquelure figure of an elephant and trainer, circa 1930.  The sculpture is in excellent condtion and measures 17"L by 4"W and 10.5"H.

 

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