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KAY38
KAY38

'Hai-yu chawan', or ash-glaze tea bowl, used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony, created by Jinnai Sakata.

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Jinnai Sakata was born in Showa 18; known as the founder of an independent kiln in Tochigi Prefecture, eastern-Japan.

Artworks by Sakata have been shown at;
British Museum
Rockefeller Foundation
Izumo Shrine (Shimane Prefecture)
Kodaiji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture)
etc.

Price: $240.00

KAY37
KAY37

Bizen-yaki 'chawan', tea bowl used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony, created by Touhou (Touhou Kimura)

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Touhou was born in Showa 2 to one of Bizen's 6 noted families, 'Toushou-en'.

Bizen is one of the '6 Old Kilns' of Japanese yakimono-pottery. There is not one Bizen that is identical to another. Pine logs are used for the kama-kiln-in which the yakimono are cooked for 10 to 2weeks. They are each one-of-a-kind, as colors and patterns will differ depending on where they were placed inside the kama. No glaze is used for a Bizen, and its earthy, natural and coincidental characteristic (wabi-sabi) is highly appreciated throughout Japan.

Price: $260.00

KAY36
KAY36

Oribe(Seto)-yaki ceramic 'chawan', or tea bowl, used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony, created by Shogo Yamaguchi

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Shogo Yamaguchi is the grandson of the late Jotetsu Yamaguchi who was registered as recipient of Japan's Traditional Craftsmanship Reservation Society (TCRS) in Showa 23. Shogo studied under Jotetsu and his father-also named Jotetsu-and has succeeded the family tradition in Oribe-yaki.

Price: $240.00

KAY26
KAY26

Chawan; ceramic tea bowl used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony (researching artist)

Price: $175.00

KAY25
KAY25

Black 'Raku-yaki' Chawan; ceramic tea bowl used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony
Excellent condition (researching artist)

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Raku-yaki was highly favored by 'Sen-no-Rikyu' (1522-1591) who is considered the historical figure with the most pronounced influence on 'Cha-no-yu', the 'Japanese Way of Tea', particularly the tradition of 'Wabi-cha'.
'Raku' means 'enjoyment' or 'comfort' and derives from Jurakudai, the name of a palace in Kyoto, Japan.

Price: $135.00

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