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Coffee’s Shino, Ash and Tenmoku glazed stoneware of Chawan, Yunomi, Guinomi and Mizusashi are highly collected by practitioners and enthusiasts worldwide.

Tea Bowl - TB#28                                                                                                                                                      More

Should you enjoy the kitchen and dining areas an individual will really like this cool website!

Quest For Contentment: Pottery: Contemporary, Japanese, Interesting Forms, and Other Vessels Of Inspiration

I like how textured this tea bowl appears to be. the designs carved around it come together in an interesting way.

3 Golden Curtains Shino glazed Yunomi Tea Cup with Wood Ash and Rutile with extraordinary effects

3 Golden Curtains Shino glazed Yunomi Tea Cup with Wood Ash and Rutile with extraordinary effects

AN INTACT KASHAN POTTERY ALBARELLO   CENTRAL IRAN, 12TH CENTURY   Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot

An intact Kashan pottery Albarello Central Iran, Century. (Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot)

Lorna Meaden, lots of small soda fired cups with mishima technique

Odyssey Center For Ceramic Arts, under the stewardship of Highwater Clays, is a school and studio which promotes understanding, appreciation and professional development in the ceramic arts.

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