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Long-established Japanese Pottery & porcelain Specialty Store provides personalized, cultural, Japanese pottery and porcelain for world customers.We have a wide range of Japanese teaware such as kyusu teapots, teacups. All our goods are guaranteed as genuine. If you are not satisfied with the goods which you receive, return the goods to us unused, at your own expense within 8 days. Only the...
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How to learn about history of Japanese pottery and porcelain. In the early 17th century potters succeeded in firing the first soft paste porcelain after the discovery of suitable raw materials in Arita. Within just 30 years, the production of blue-white porcelain was flourishing. Between 1643-1647, Sakaida Kaiemon developed the technique of polychrome over glaze enamel for porcelain. This...
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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. This tea ceremony bowl is cobalt glazed and decorated with an intricate pattern rendered in 24-carat gold leaf. The...
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Source for great English data on Japanese pottery, antique ceramics, styles and traditions. Online store affiliate sells hundreds of unique pieces, plus videos and exhibition catalogs. The site's growing database is the best around, covering dozens of potters and ceramic topics. Yakimono means...
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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...
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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 offered, and look forward to working with you.
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Antique Japanese Satsuma Pottery, made under the Shimazu crest is highly collectible and valuable. Read more about the makers, pieces and history of Satsuma. Many people are passed down pieces of porcelain through their family or manage to pick some up at a local thrift store or auction. However, you may not know if those pieces are really antiques, or if they are one of the mass produced...
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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. In this striking tea ceremony bowl by Ikai Yūichi, we can see the influence of his mentor, the late Uichi Shimizu (1926-2004), whose exemplary work in iron and ash glazes garnered him the title of Living National...
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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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Source for Japanese pottery tools, like gubera, marugote, kannna, tombo, and tsuchikaki. Japan Pottery Tools, located in San Francisco, California, is a group of people who love to play with clay - like you. After years of throwing, we have learned that good tools can save time and frustration, and that the right tools can help you improve your technique - and produce better pieces. After years...
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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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The first category consists of early pottery, bronzes and sculpture, ranging in date from the Neolithic period (circa 3000 BC) to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). It includes Han and Tang dynasty pottery tomb sculpture, Shang and Zhou period bronze ritual vessels, archaic jade, Buddhist sculpture, and porcelain and stoneware from the Song period. The second category of Chinese art in which we...
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Delightful works of art designed for specific edibles for everyday use - this Japanese approach to dinnerware, and the food it serves, is what inspired me to make my own. I took many trips to Japan as I was growing up and learned to appreciate this relationship between art and function. My desire to speak the language of my own family resulted in a degree in East Asian Languages at Indiana...
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Porcelain and pottery restoration studio specialising in Chinese and Japanese Art, China, Canton Enamels, Cloisonné, Glass Jade and Ivory. Welcome to RestorationofCeramics.com. I offer a full range of restoration and conservation services to auction houses, the antiques trade and individual collectors. My restoration estimates are accepted by Insurance Companies. I enjoy working closely with my...
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Delightful works of art designed for specific edibles for everyday use - this Japanese approach to dinnerware, and the food it serves, is what inspired me to make my own. I took many trips to Japan as I was growing up and learned to appreciate this relationship between art and function. My desire to speak the language of my own family resulted in a degree in East Asian Languages at Indiana...
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Japanese antique include tansu, Imari, netsuke, ikebana baskets, mingei items, Japanese scrolls, screens, prints and framed art. Under Chinese antiques you will find Chinese hardwood furniture, Chinese scrolls, porcelain and pottery pieces dating from Song, Ming and Qing dynasty, coromandel screens, jade, snuff bottles and neolithic period bronzes and pottery pieces. In addition we have a large...
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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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Our studio, in Bend, Oregon, offers various types of pottery: raku, horse hair, wheel thrown stoneware and pit fired. Come check out our online store today! The Raku pottery of Robert Graydon is taken red hot from the kiln using tongs or gloves. He places them in a garbage can, or barrel, into a nest of straw, leaves, and pine needles. He then smothers the fire out by placing a lid on the...
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Antique Chinese Porcelain collector's page, Ming, dynasty, porcelain marks. Chinese and Japanese Chinese porcelain marks, seals and back stamps. Antique Chinese Pottery and Porcelain book recommendations. Chinese and Japanese Porcelain Questions and Answers.
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ClayArtGallery displays the work of 3 unique ceramic artists. Ann Testa’s work ranges from Japanese Raku to fanciful Kitty Serving Plates. Cheryl Wolff’s work focuses on simple everyday collections of tableware and accent pieces. Meg Cocchi’s creative range of sculptured dogs and chickens to large swirl form pottery are not to be missed. Gallery, Ann Testa Cheryl Wolff, clayartgallery.com, clay...
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