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Ceramics/Toujiki: (Page 1)
CERAMIC1
CERAMIC1

Antique Ceramic Garden Frog.

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Collected at an auction in Shiga, Japan.

Size:
H12.20" W15" D16"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $575.00

OZ12
OZ12

Edo Period (1615-1868) Shigaraki Pot

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Collected at an auction in Japan.

Shigaraki Pottery:
is thought to have begun in Kamakura period (1192-1333). In Muromachi and Momoyama period (1330's- 1600's), tea masters favored these natural Shigaraki wares as one of Japan's most loved ceramic styles.

In the process of making Shigaraki wares, noborigama (the distinctive climbing kilns) and anagama (a simplified climbing kiln) are used. a "natural glaze" is produced when the ash from the wood with which the kiln is fired melts.

Size:
H9" W8.25"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $375.00

IGY6
IGY6

Meiji Period (1868-1912) Igezara Plates
8PC as a SET $145

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Collected at an auction in Kyoto, Japan.
Signed.

Igezara: is an everyday plate which was produced mainly in the regions of Imari and Seto during the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) periods. IGE means "A NOTCH" (or A THORN) in the dialect of the IMARI region. ZARA generally means " A PLATE." IGEZARA is a plate with a notched iron - glazed rim and has a copperplate engraving pattern. However, there are a few exceptions: unglazed notch: blue notch: twisted notch on the rim: hand printed: and ink sprayed on the pattern.

Size:
H1.25" W5.5"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $145.00

SAI36
SAI36

Edo Period (1615-1868) Ceramic Tsubo,( SHIGARAKI)

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Shigaraki Pottery:
is thought to have begun in Kamakura period (1192-1333). In Muromachi and Momoyama period (1330's- 1600's), tea masters favored these natural Shigaraki wares as one of Japan's most loved ceramic styles.

In the process of making Shigaraki wares, noborigama (the distinctive climbing kilns) and anagama (a simplified climbing kiln) are used. a "natural glaze" is produced when the ash from the wood with which the kiln is fired melts.
Size:
H15" W11"
Location:
San Francisco

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Price: $550.00

KYO CER004
KYO CER004

Shigaraki Pottery / Japanese Shigaraki-ware pot with green glaze. (Medium size)
Beginning of 20th Century

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Beautiful large Shigaraki pot with green Sudare pattern glaze.
Good condition.
Size: H21.5" x 14" diameter
(Location: Kyoto Warehouse)

Price: $750.00

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