彫三島茶碗 銘木村 / Hori-Mishima teabowl 'Kimura' 16-17th century
Nezumi Shino Chawan by Kato Kageaki
Kenzan-style Black Raku tea bowl with design of pines. 19th century. Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743). Edo period. Clay; black lead glaze, enamel over glaze. H: 8.1 W: 12.0 D: 12.0 cm. Kyoto, Japan.
Chōjirō (Raku I), Tea Bowl named 'Tarobo', 16th century, Red Raku ware; glazed ceramic, Urasenke Foundation. Photo: Masayuki Miyahara.
Kenzn-style White Raku tea bowl with flying geese and moon, late 19th century. Kyoto workshop, imitation Meiji era. Reddish clay; white slip, iron pigment under transparent lead glaze; silver material added later. H: 9.7 W: 11.7 cm. Japan.
Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku ware Probably Takahashi Dôhachi I (1742-1804).; Raku-type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware, raku-technique glaze Centimetres: 9.5 (height), 10.4 (outside diameter) late 18th - early 19th century Early Modern; Edo period Area of Origin: Kyoto, Japan. ROM Images