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Ichiro Hori - chawan, Nezumi-shino

Ichiro Hori - chawan, Nezumi-shino

Shino teabowl, "Furisode" 16-17th century, Japan

Shino teabowl, "Furisode" 16-17th century, Japan

Suzuki Osamu, Japan (b.1934) |  Mino-based artist specialising in Shino wares. The technology of Shino wares was originally developed in Mino in the late sixteenth century. It was used primarily to produce imitations of imported Chinese porcelain, but it was also harnessed to the making of an important body of tea wares.

Suzuki Osamu, Japan (b.1934) | Mino-based artist specialising in Shino wares. The technology of Shino wares was originally developed in Mino in the late sixteenth century. It was used primarily to produce imitations of imported Chinese porcelain, but it was also harnessed to the making of an important body of tea wares.

広沢,Shino Ware,16th century,Japan

広沢,Shino Ware,16th century,Japan

Handnmade Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed by shyrabbit

Handnmade Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed by shyrabbit

Shigure by Honami Koetsu 本阿弥光悦 「時雨」

Shigure by Honami Koetsu 本阿弥光悦 「時雨」

Ki-Seto guinomi by Kagami Masakane  Guinomi is often called a miniature chawan. Every part of it, like the kodai (the foot), kuchizukuri (the lip), and koshi (the hips), is difficult to make ”  Guinomi are sake cups, actually ‘one gulp’ sake cups. bigger than the usual sake cups

Ki-Seto guinomi by Kagami Masakane Guinomi is often called a miniature chawan. Every part of it, like the kodai (the foot), kuchizukuri (the lip), and koshi (the hips), is difficult to make ” Guinomi are sake cups, actually ‘one gulp’ sake cups. bigger than the usual sake cups

Shino Ware, Unohanagaki 卯花垣,17th century, Japan

Shino Ware, Unohanagaki 卯花垣,17th century, Japan

yunomi (wood fired) Atira Satake.

yunomi (wood fired) Atira Satake.

Choyo (朝陽 Rising Sun 1969) by Arakawa Toyozo

Choyo (朝陽 Rising Sun 1969) by Arakawa Toyozo

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