Tsujimura Shirō | Sake Bottle | Japan | The Met
A giant of contemporary Japanese pottery whose wideranging repertoire includes revivals of Joseon-period Korean ceramics, Tsujimura Shirō has established himself as an artist whose deep command of buncheong-inspired whiteslip application produces works that are both reverent and original
Oxford Ceramics Gallery artists: Niisato Akio, Gordon Baldwin, Michael Cardew, Peter Collingwood, Joanna Constantinidis, Hans Coper, Ruth Duckworth, Philip Eglin, Daniel Fisher, Elizabeth Fritsch, Ian Godfrey, Shoji Hamada, Ewen Henderson, Akiko Hirai, Joe Hogan, Julian Stair & Simone ten Hompel, Mo Jupp, Walter Keeler, Ryoji Koie, Bernard Leach, Janet Leach,...
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tokkuri (sake server) - Hikidashi technique * Hikidashi - 500 year-old Japanese technique which involves firing to an extreme temperature. Each piece is removed from the kiln, glowing red hot, using long metal tongs. They are rapidly cooled and placed in water. These pieces are functional and food-safe. 4 x 3.75 x 4 inches Shipping and Policy (t-5)
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Japanese Old Ceramic Sake Jug/Bottle, w/Rope, Small
Japanese Old Ceramic Sake Jug/Bottle, w/Rope, Small NAME: Old Japanese ceramic sake jug/bottle, with rope SIZE: 5-1/16 tall, approx. 4-3/4 diameter CONDITION: Excellent NOTES: Light brown color with glaze only at the top. Two dented areas. One will never know if they were done on purpose or accidently before firing as these jugs were rather crudely made. The jugs were rentals or on loan from the liquor shops for use by common people. They were used from Meiji to early Showa…
Open F|S: Sake bottle with design of primroses, possibly Tokoname ware
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This handmade ceramic sake set is modern, unique ,organic and elegant . It is made from a speckled stoneware and was fired to 2185 in my electric kiln. I threw the pieces on the pottery wheel, altered them, and carved them in a sculptural manner. I have glazed them with a series of self-made glazes in layers of green that stretch and move on the sculptural organic surface ,enhancing the flow of the piece. The sake pitcher is 7" tall and it holds over 16oz. of liquid. The cups are about 2…