Japanese Pottery


<p>Beautiful 3.25" by 2.5" yunomi in a stunning persimmon glaze by British potter Nick Rees of Mulcheney Pottery.  Rees has been potting since the 1970s and his pots are collected internationally.  In excellent condition.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11027

Maker: Nick Rees

Beautiful 3.25" by 2.5" yunomi in a stunning persimmon glaze by British potter Nick Rees of Mulcheney Pottery.  Rees has been potting since the 1970s and his pots are collected internationally.  In excellent condition.

 



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<p>Beautiful Oribe plate, "Meimei-zara", used in the tea ceremony, measuring 5.5" by 4.3" by 1.2", circa late 1800s.  In excellent condition.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11007

Maker: Oribe Pottey

Beautiful Oribe plate, "Meimei-zara", used in the tea ceremony, measuring 5.5" by 4.3" by 1.2", circa late 1800s.  In excellent condition.

 



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<p>Two whimsical Oribe plates depicting a fishing boat scene, 8.25" by 3.25", circa 1850s.  In excellent condition. </p>
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Inventory #: SC--10971

Maker: Oribe Pottey

Two whimsical Oribe plates depicting a fishing boat scene, 8.25" by 3.25", circa 1850s.  In excellent condition. 

 



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<p>Wonderful 3.5" by 4" museum quality aniagama shino style yunomi by Randy Johnston.  Johnston apprenticed with the late National Living Treasure Tatsuzo Shimaoka.  His work is widely collected and is in the permanent collections of museums worldwide. In excellent condition.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11021

Maker: Randy Johnston

Wonderful 3.5" by 4" museum quality aniagama shino style yunomi by Randy Johnston.  Johnston apprenticed with the late National Living Treasure Tatsuzo Shimaoka.  His work is widely collected and is in the permanent collections of museums worldwide. In excellent condition.

 



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<p>3.5" H yunomi by well regarded studio potter, Ron Meyers with his one of his fanciful animal characters.  In excellent condition.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11020

Maker: Ron Meyers

3.5" H yunomi by well regarded studio potter, Ron Meyers with his one of his fanciful animal characters.  In excellent condition.

 



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<p>Rare 3" by 3" teabowl/ yunomi by the late Japanese potter Shimaoka Tatsuzu. Before his death in 2007 Tatsuzu was named a National Living Treasure. His work can be found in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Victoria and Albert in London.  In excellent condition.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11011

Maker: Shimaoka Tatsuzu

Rare 3" by 3" teabowl/ yunomi by the late Japanese potter Shimaoka Tatsuzu. Before his death in 2007 Tatsuzu was named a National Living Treasure. His work can be found in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Victoria and Albert in London.  In excellent condition.

 



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<p>Created by Toshiko Takaezu at a potters weekend with Robert Turner in the 1970s, our raku fired teabowl measures 2.75" by 4.75".  There are firing lines in the making.  In otherwise excellent condition.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11016

Maker: Toshiko Takaezu

Created by Toshiko Takaezu at a potters weekend with Robert Turner in the 1970s, our raku fired teabowl measures 2.75" by 4.75".  There are firing lines in the making.  In otherwise excellent condition.

 



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<p>Stunning Kyoto 3.25" by 4.5" chawan by famous potter Tsuji Azan featuring the design, "Sen Ba Zuru" or a thousand cranes, circa 1970s.  The cranes are silver and gold metallic.  The chawan is in excellent condition and features it's original box.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11050

Maker: Tsuji Azan

Stunning Kyoto 3.25" by 4.5" chawan by famous potter Tsuji Azan featuring the design, "Sen Ba Zuru" or a thousand cranes, circa 1970s.  The cranes are silver and gold metallic.  The chawan is in excellent condition and features it's original box.

 



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