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Kenzan-style food dish with design of plum, late 18th to early 19th century. Kyoto workshop, Kenzan style. Edo period. Buff clay; white slip, iron pigment, and enamels under transparent glaze. H: 5.2 W: 13.3 cm. Kyoto, Japan.

Kintsugi (“golden joinery”) is the Japanese art of repairing damaged pottery with gold. It restores functionality to a broken vessel, but also adds beauty and worth. It turns brokenness into the most valuable part of the piece.

imari ware / 19th century hand-painted design of a chinese children

TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM - Collections The TNM Collection ceramics Tea bowl, shino type, Mino Ware.

imari ware / ca.1700 hand-painted design of rain

OGATA Kenzan「銹絵染付松樹文茶碗」 尾形乾山 江戸時代 18世紀前半サントリー美術館

Ogata Kenzan | Water Pot | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

SEIJI-CHAWAN (Celadon Glazed Tea Bowl B)

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of plum blossoms late 19th century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743) Meiji era Red earthenware with white slip and iron pigment under transparent lead glaze H: 8.1 W: 10.6 cm Kyoto, Japan

Tea bowl with sugarcane design in black iron glaze. 1955. by Shoji Hamada. Mashiko, Japan. 10.5×12.0 cm. No.3619