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Japanese Pottery

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Hand thrown ceramic mug made of speckled clay. Perfect for cafe solo or espresso. Choose your colour: pastel pink or soft white matte. Measures 6,5...

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Vase by Inayoshi Osamu, approx. 5"tall (12.5 cm) Feldspar granules were wedged into the clay and melted in the high fire to glassy phase. and gold lustre was applied all over the outside but only reveals itself on the melted feldspar granules. Otherwise, it is lavender over the clay. On the weekend of February 15, 2014, a few very lucky potters were able to spend two days with Inayoshi Osamu, a potter visiting from Toyohashi, Japan. Filled with a playful sense of humor and an amazing talent…

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Case (Inrō) with Design of Two Hawks on Tasseled Perches, Edo period (1615–1868), 19th century, Lacquer, roiro, mura nashiji, gold and coloured hiramakie, takamakie; Interior: nashiji and fundame, 8.3 x 5.3 x 1.9 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan

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Specializing in Japanese fine art for over forty years, Joan B Mirviss LTD features Japanese screens and scrolls, woodblock prints (ukiyo-e), and most prominently, modern and contemporary Japanese ceramics at its Madison Avenue gallery. Joan B Mirviss LTD continues to bring audiences in New York, around the country and abroad, the very best in Japanese fine art, featuring solo and collaborative shows by important ceramists and thematic exhibitions of paintings, screens, prints and ceramics…

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CHINESE PORCELAIN Low bowl incised with dragon, 19th century or earlier, surrounded by painted flowering branches, th... on Nov 08, 2013

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Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing ceramics, but you'd also be surprised to know that it's a practice that's as easy to recreate yourself as it is beautiful.

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Raku is a traditional Japanese pottery technique. Freshly-fired items are placed into flammable materials such as paper or sawdust, and the resulting fire creates unique patterns.

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The Shiny Craquele Vase goes great in a set with who we refer to as her "sister vases" or works excellent standing alone. Our clients love this vase for side tables and shelves. Raku generally refers to a type of low-firing process that was inspired by traditional Japanese raku firing. Western-style raku usually involves removing pottery from the kiln while at bright red heat and placing it into containers with combustible materials. Once the materials ignite, the containers are closed. This…

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