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HAGIKOHIKI CHAWAN (Hagi Tea Bowl Covered with White Slip)  TAMAMURA, Toyo  (Hagi artist)

HAGIKOHIKI CHAWAN (Hagi Tea Bowl Covered with White Slip) TAMAMURA, Toyo (Hagi artist)

kohiki by Ryuichiro Hayashi

kohiki by Ryuichiro Hayashi

Rozenn Bigot - BIZENN.COM - CERAMIQUE - SAINT-AMAND-EN-PUISAYE - Contact

Rozenn Bigot - BIZENN.COM - CERAMIQUE - SAINT-AMAND-EN-PUISAYE - Contact

Joseon period, mid 17th century Korea, Gyeongsangnam-do province, Busan, Wakan (Waegwan) kiln Stoneware with white slip inlaid and brushed under clear glaze 8.4 x 15.1 x 15.1 cm

Joseon period, mid 17th century Korea, Gyeongsangnam-do province, Busan, Wakan (Waegwan) kiln Stoneware with white slip inlaid and brushed under clear glaze 8.4 x 15.1 x 15.1 cm

::Yasuko Ozeki

::Yasuko Ozeki

Korean Art | Tea bowl, Totoya type | F1898.87

Korean Art | Tea bowl, Totoya type | F1898.87

Hôhin Bizen-Yaki teapot by Nobuhara Katsushi

Hôhin Bizen-Yaki teapot by Nobuhara Katsushi

Hagi ware tea bowl in the shape of a Korean tea bowl, 18th-19th century Japan. Stoneware with white slip under ash glaze; gold lacquer repairs. Height 9.5cm, Diameter 15.2cm. (Freer and Sackler, The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art)

Hagi ware tea bowl in the shape of a Korean tea bowl, 18th-19th century Japan. Stoneware with white slip under ash glaze; gold lacquer repairs. Height 9.5cm, Diameter 15.2cm. (Freer and Sackler, The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art)

Masterpiece Junyao Bowl. Jin Dynasty 12th-13th Century.

Masterpiece Junyao Bowl. Jin Dynasty 12th-13th Century.

Tea Bowl with Kintsugi Repair. Edo Period. Kitamura Museum. Kyoto, Japan.

Tea Bowl with Kintsugi Repair. Edo Period. Kitamura Museum. Kyoto, Japan.