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We offer fine Japanese antiques and arts; interesting dolls, decorative textiles such as fukusa, nobori banners, yogi futon and uchikake gown. Asian Art by Kyoko offers a fine collection of Japanese antiques and art; dolls, decorative textiles "nobori" banners, beautiful "fukusa", "yogi" futon cover, "uchikake" wedding gowns and collectable obi. You will find Chinese related arts throughout our...
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Japanese pottery and porcelain from the finest contemporary ceramic artists in Kyoto and beyond. Exquisite green tea cups, tea ceremony ware, sake cups, interior pieces and more. Hailing from Kyoto's Yawata District, Suzuki Tomio has reinvigorated the world of shino with his provocative clay creations of tactile richness and creative energy. This tea ceremony bowl is done in his signature...
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Sushi sets - Sushi and tea pottery. WABI-STYLE store offers wide range of Japanese and European pottery inspired by Japan - unique handicrafts. It is the place where our dreams - to share with you the unique beauty of handmade ceramics by the Masters – come true. We offer a wide selection of...
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Japanese pottery and porcelain from the finest contemporary ceramic artists in Kyoto and beyond. Exquisite green tea cups, tea ceremony ware, sake cups, interior pieces and more. Hailing from Kyoto's Yawata District, Suzuki Tomio has reinvigorated the world of shino with his provocative clay...
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Based in Kyoto, we have been handling modern and contemporary ceramics for more than a decade, and are dedicated to bringing these high quality artist works (post 1940) including those of many Living National Treasures, to collectors abroad. We are proud of the quality and rarity of the items...
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Top Japanese Ceramics Sites (19)
We urge you to visit Japan at least once to experience the culture of Japanese ceramics. Each country in the world has its unique ceramics culture. However we. The elements of Japanese Ceramics Long history, pottery towns existing nationwide, variety kinds of glaze, highly honed techniques and cross-fertilizations with other Japanese traditional cultures such as tea ceremony, flower...
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We have been established for over 40 years and are widely known for our expertise in antique ceramics. Our stock of over 1000 pieces of antique ceramics and porcelain consists primarily of antique Chinese porcelain and works of art from the Han dynasty through to the Qing dynasty. We particularly specialise in Kangxi blue and white porcelain, and have a large collection of Japanese porcelain,...
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A brief introduction to the styles and variations of Japanese ceramics over time. Heavily influenced by the Chinese and Korean, pottery is one of the oldest art forms in Japan. Pottery, porcelain, earthenware and stoneware dates back to the Neolithic period or New Stone Age. Different parts of the country are famous for certain styles of the craft. The process of Raku pottery combines a...
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China claims the longest tradition in the manufacture and export of ceramics art. Records show that the Chinese began the production of ceramic art as early as the 100 AD when china was ruled by eastern Han dynasty. But there is archeological evidence that the Chinese were able to make glazed pottery from the period of western Zhou dynasty (1100-771BC). The experience of the Chinese in the area...
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Japanese Pottery Books - Online Store Devoted to Publications on Japanese Ceramics and Ceramic Traditions. Worldwide Delivery. Our online book store is devoted to Japanese ceramics. It features some of the finest books available, helps you subscribe to leading pottery-related magazines, and offers various VHS videos covering famous Japanese potters. Our estore accepts Mastercard, Visa, and...
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Japanese pottery ,ceramics anf handiwork website/articles of ceramists and artists in Japan /online-shop of Japanese artists/ Trad Meister Club in Tokyo Japan. Japanese pottery ,ceramics anf handwork website/articles of ceramists, artists in Japan/online-shop of Japanese artists/ Trad Meister Club in Tokyo Japan/. Japanese pottery and handiwork/Website magazine/online shop /Trad Meister...
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Pearl Essence is the Cultured Pearl Restaurant's gift shop, located in the Pearl Mall on the ground floor. We have a wide variety of Japanese items, from chopsticks to beautiful Japanese ceramics and dishware. Pearl Essence is also the home of artist Maiko Saleff's Artwork. You can find her paintings and t-shirts all at Pearl Essence. If you dine upstairs at the Cultured Pearl you get 10% off...
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As the leading gallery for Japanese ceramics, Joan B Mirviss LTD organizes six to seven exhibitions each year dedicated to modern and contemporary clay art. These shows bring the artwork of Japan's foremost ceramists as well as previously unknown contemporary talents to the attention of the public. Artists such as Akiyama Yo, Fujikasa Satoko, Hoshino Satoru and Kayoko, Kato Yasukage, Katsumata...
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History of kutani kilns from origin up to now. History of most famous kutani painters. Kutani library, virtual museum and kutani database. Kutani ceramics have their origin in a small remote village in the mountains (Kutani means 9 valleys) of the Ishikawa Prefecture. The main city, Kanazawa, is one of the most famous castle towns in Japan. If Kutani ceramics are little known overseas, on the...
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After a long summer and fall hiatus while I’ve been actually DOING bonsai, I’m back this week with the first of several articles to be published before the end of the year. Thanks for being patient and sticking around! Third Generation Inoue Ryosai(Inoue Ryotaro) was born September 4, 1888 in Asakusa, Tokyo, to the eldest son of the founder of the kiln. The kiln was originally founded in the...
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After a long summer and fall hiatus while I’ve been actually DOING bonsai, I’m back this week with the first of several articles to be published before the end of the year. Thanks for being patient and sticking around! Third Generation Inoue Ryosai(Inoue Ryotaro) was born September 4, 1888 in Asakusa, Tokyo, to the eldest son of the founder of the kiln. The kiln was originally founded in the...
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There are many ceramic art sculptors who are famous in their area or in their own particular part of the world. Every country has sculptors who have created beautiful works of art. Some of them are internationally famous, such as Shoji Hamada, a Japanese artist who believed that a sculpture that was not beautiful was not a waste because it still could be used, unlike a painting that was useless...
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Antique Japanese porcelain of note available for sale by SANAI. Finest Ko-Imari, blue and white Sometsuke ceramics and other Japanese antiques are specialties of this established purveyor of fine art. Japanese Antiques by SANAI. Japanese porcelain and art a specialty.
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Established in 1977, there are currently branches located in world renowned antiques district of Kensington and a further gallery in Islington. In 1980 a branch was launched in Japan, Hiroshima. We regularly advise and assist in authentication for museums, auction houses and educational institutions. Enjoy browsing the website, where a variety of authentic Japanese Art & Antiques are on view...
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Kikori has been bringing beautiful Japanese furnishings to Vancouver for over 10 years. Russ and Carol personally choose their interesting shipments of tansu, shrines, figurines, ceramics, dolls, textiles, architectural products and much more. 4391 Main Street - Vancouver, BC, Canada, V5V 3R1 - Phone 604.251.1867.
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