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Bowl Joseon dynasty 19th century From the Smithsonian Museums of Asian Art.

Bowl Joseon dynasty 19th century From the Smithsonian Museums of Asian Art.

akiko hirai

akiko hirai

Shio Kusaka, White 51 (2011)

Shio Kusaka, White 51 (2011)

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)

Bowl, Vietnam, Lê dynasty, 15th–16th century. Stoneware with white-and-brown glaze, underglaze cobalt blue decoration, unglazed stacking ring, Hop Lê style. Overall: 7 x 14 cm (2 3/4 x 5 1/2 in.). Gift of John D. Constable, 1989.754. © 2016 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Bowl, Vietnam, Lê dynasty, 15th–16th century

Bowl, Vietnam, Lê dynasty, 15th–16th century. Stoneware with white-and-brown glaze, underglaze cobalt blue decoration, unglazed stacking ring, Hop Lê style. Overall: 7 x 14 cm (2 3/4 x 5 1/2 in.). Gift of John D. Constable, 1989.754. © 2016 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

beatrice wood pottery - Google Search

beatrice wood pottery - Google Search

Junyao deep bowl with blue glaze, 12th century, Song Dynasty (AD 960 – 1279)

Junyao deep bowl with blue glaze, 12th century, Song Dynasty (AD 960 – 1279)

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karatsu chawan teabowl

karatsu chawan teabowl

Dōnyū (Raku III), Black Raku Tea Bowl named 'Aoyama', 17th century, Raku Museum, Important Art Object, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama

Dōnyū (Raku III), Black Raku Tea Bowl named 'Aoyama', 17th century, Raku Museum, Important Art Object, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama

COVET Katsumi Machimura | Japanese ceramics embody the aesthetic of “wabi”, meaning rustic simplicity.

COVET Katsumi Machimura | Japanese ceramics embody the aesthetic of “wabi”, meaning rustic simplicity.

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