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Only 2 Pieces Commissioned - Traditional Japanese Tenmoku glazed interior with a partially unglazed matte striped exterior.

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Handmade matcha chawan, tea bowl, ceramic bowl with satin turquoise green and white glazes

Chawan, Tea Bowls, Matcha, Ceramic Design, Ceramic Bowls, Dishwashers, Palms, Weights, Tumblers

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"林拓児「化粧焼き締めマグカップ(太)」の詳細ページです。" ----- 'It is a work that feels a delicacy in the details.' -- 林 拓児 Takuji Hayashi:

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Handmade ceramic bowl, tea bowl, small pottery bowl with orange shino and white wood ash glaze

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Unlike traditional Japanese raku, which is mainly hand built bowls of modest design, western raku tends to be vibrant in color, and comes in many shapes and sizes. Description from hotoke-antiques.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Unlike traditional Japanese raku, which is mainly hand built bowls of modest…

Imagen de conjunto de 2 - tazón de té de porcelana

Aqua porcelain tumblers

studio joo porcelain tea bowls--adore the pale celadon with the chocolate brown

imagine all the things you could do with these lovely cups/glasses/vases, whatever you want them to be

Broste Copenhagen Ceramics: cool glaze and texture, looks like a poppy seed head.

June Ridgway  |  Smoke-fired vessel (2012). "Coiling is my preferred handbuilding technique because of the slower considered pace; scraping and fettling as the pot takes shape. Burnishing then forms an irresistible tactile satin finish before bisquing. Pieces are then placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating an atmosphere which leaves unique marks and colour on each and every pot. This aspect of the work is very exciting as the pot is handed over to the vagaries of the…

June Ridgway - Smoke-fired vessel - 2012 - Coiling handbuilding technique - Pieces are placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating unique marks and colour.

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