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a close up of a black bowl on a white surface with small speckles
Teabowl entitled “Otogaze,” black Raku ware, Raku Chōjirō (d. 1589), Momoyama period (1573-1615), 16th century, glazed earthenware, H. 8.2 cm x Diam. 10.8 cm (mouth), Diam. 5.0 cm (foot), Eisei-Bunko Museum, 1297.
a small bowl sitting on top of a white table
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White Satsuma ware tea bowl - 1690-1750 - Edo period -Stoneware with clear glaze - H: 7.3 W: 11.2 cm - Tateno, Japan
a small bowl sitting on top of a table
Photos. Le Musée Guimet se met à l'heure du thé
Bol, chawan. Ryônyû (1756-1838), Raku 9e génération. Cachet sur le côté. Raku rouge. Japon, XIXe siècle. Crédits : © MUSÉE GUIMET, PARIS, DIST. RMN-GRAND PALAIS/BENJAMIN SOLIGNY/RAPHAËL CHIPAULT
a small white bowl sitting on top of a table next to a gray wall or floor
Japanese Seto Ash Glazed Ido Tea Bowl Edo-Meiji period (item #1246070, detailed views)
Japanese Seto Ash Glazed Ido Tea Bowl Edo-Meiji period
a black vase with brown glaze on the outside and white speckles on the inside
Open F|S: Kyoto ware tea caddy
Satsuma ware tea caddy 1602-1613
an old pottery pot sitting on top of a white table
Pottery
Japanese SHIGARAKI pottery 'MIZUSASHI' tea ceremony water pot. C20th.
an old, dirty can with a lid on it's side sitting on a white surface
COULEURS
Tea caddy, Japan, 1590 - 1630 Stoneware with natural ash glaze, ivory
a rock with moss growing on it sitting on a white surface, next to another rock
Incense container in garan-seki (foundation stone of temple) shape. Iga Ware. Edo Period, 17th century.
a black and white vase with a lid
Open F|S: Kyoto ware tea caddy
Kyoto ware tea caddy, 19th century Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, active ca. 1646-77)
a black and white photo of a pot with a lid on it's side
Fresh Water Jar
Water Jar, Shigaraki, 16th century
a green and brown cup sitting on top of a table
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an orange and blue striped canister sitting on a white surface with a black lid
Mizusashi or water container for Matcha tea ceremony, in a cylindrical form decorated in warabite style on the exterior with orange, brown and blue vertical lines. Of stoneware with a crackled cream glaze, over-decorated in iron oxide brown and orange, with blue gosu. From the Seto Ware kilns. With a black lacquered, fitted lid. Late Edo period, circa 1825 – 1850. 5 ¾” high x 5 5/8” diameter.
a black and yellow vase sitting on top of a white table next to a gray wall
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Tea pot made by Ninsei Nonomura.(17th century , JAPAN) 野々村仁清
a brown and tan vase with a horse on the top, sitting on a gray surface
Nonomura Ninsei | Tea Caddy, named Tall (Seitaka) | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Nonomura Ninsei (Active Circa 1646-1694) - Seitaka (Tea Caddy). Stoneware with Red, Brown, and Black Glazes. Edo Period, Circa 1646-1694.