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Freer Sackler  Korakuen ware tea bowl circa 1830-40  Yasuke Kyuraku II Edo period  Earthenware with Red Raku glaze H: 7.3 W: 11.7 D: 11.7 cm Tokyo, Japan

Freer Sackler Korakuen ware tea bowl circa Yasuke Kyuraku II Edo period Earthenware with Red Raku glaze H: W: D: cm Tokyo, Japan

Touching Stone Gallery Japanese Tea Bowl used in the tea ceremony which epitomizes a quiet aesthetic sensibility ~ wabi-sabi.

Clay is the result of decomposing rocks and metal oxides. Clay when wet with the proper amount of water forms.

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of cherry blossoms. Early to mid-19th century, Ogata Kenzan.

iloverainandcoffee: “ Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of cherry blossoms Early to century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron pigment, and enamels.

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Karatsu ware tea bowl Edo period Stoneware with clear, colorless glaze; gold lacquer repairs H: W: cm Ureshino, Japan

E-Karatsu Chawan. Glazed Pottery with Kintsugi Repairs. Early-Edo Period, Circa Late-16th to Early-17th Centuries. 5.5cm x 15.5cm.

E-Karatsu Chawan. Glazed Pottery with Kintsugi Repairs. Early-Edo Period, Circa to Centuries.

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για Κεραμικά Lacquerware και RAKU

Tea bowl, unknown Raku ware workshop century Hon'ami Koetsu , (Japanese, Edo period or Meiji era Earthenware with red slip under clear lead glaze; gold lacquer repairs H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

Tea bowl in style of Ohi ware  19th century. Edo period or Meiji era. Raku-type clay with copper-tinted glaze. H: 8.0 W: 11.8 cm. Japan.

Japanese Tea bowl in style of Ohi ware century Edo period or Meiji era Raku-type clay with copper-tinted glaze H: W: cm Japan

Tea bowl in hori-mishima style

Tea bowl in hori-mishima style, Kyushu-related kiln Edo period Stoneware with white slip under clear glaze; gold lacquer repairs H: W: cm Japan

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Tea bowl with design of pampas grass early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, cobalt and iron pigments under transparent glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

Ash Tenmoku and Nuka Matcha CHAWAN Teabowl TEA CEREMONY Upsized for those that don't drink tea but appreciate the aesthetics of the form.

Ash Tenmoku and Nuka Matcha CHAWAN Teabowl TEA CEREMONY Upsized for those that don't drink tea but appreciate the aesthetics of the form

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Tea bowl (ido-chawan), Japan, Hagi, 17th/18th century Ceramics Height 8.6 cm, x 15.1 cm Private collection Courtesy Japan Art Frankfurt http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/japan-and-the-west-the-filled-void/

Tea bowl (ido-chawan), Japan, Hagi, century Ceramics Height cm, x…

Tadashi Nishihata   Tea Bowl No. 28  w/ Hai-yu & iron glazes

Tadashi Nishihata Tea Bowl No. 57 w/ Fire changed finish (w/ wooden box) wood-fired ceramic x x

it was the soft shape of each orb that brought a smile to the Innkeeper's face (Rie Tsuruta)

Home Decor Objects Ideas & Inspiration : Beautiful Landscape porcelain bowls by Japanese artist Rie Tsuruta

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