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Hori Ichiro, recipiente esmaltado-ki-Seto, gres esmaltado de color amarillo-2010, japonés ki-Seto, Japón recipiente teaware japonés, cerámica japonesa, cerámica japonesa, la cerámica contemporánea japonesa

Tea Bowl, Matcha Chawan, John Miller; Portland, OR

Tea Bowl, Matcha Chawan, John Miller; Portland, OR

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HANDEISHI KAWAKITA 川喜多半泥子 | SHINGORI.COM

黄瀬戸茶碗  室町時代  Tea Bowl in Muromachi period, a nice Ki-seto chawan

黄瀬戸茶碗 室町時代 Tea Bowl in Muromachi period, a nice Ki-seto chawan

Yunomi, Tea Cup; John Miller; Portland, OR

Yunomi, Tea Cup; John Miller; Portland, OR

Carved oribe teabowl by Jeremy Alarcon Gomez

Carved oribe teabowl by Jeremy Alarcon Gomez

Edo Period Hakuan Chawan  | eBay - Seto chawan, from end of the Edo period (1615-1868), made in the Hakuan style.  Seto-one of the oldest pottery traditions in Japan. One of “6 old kilns”. As early as the 13th century, glazed potteries were produced in Seto, using new techniques from China, by a potter called Toshiro.  "Hakuan" designates the shape of the bowl.

Edo Period Hakuan Chawan | eBay - Seto chawan, from end of the Edo period (1615-1868), made in the Hakuan style. Seto-one of the oldest pottery traditions in Japan. One of “6 old kilns”. As early as the 13th century, glazed potteries were produced in Seto, using new techniques from China, by a potter called Toshiro. "Hakuan" designates the shape of the bowl.

Ki-seto Chawan (yellow seto tea bowl) by Suzuki Goro

Ki-seto Chawan (yellow seto tea bowl) by Suzuki Goro

Chawan - black japanese ceramics

Chawan - black japanese ceramics

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Honami Koetsu raku tea bowl.jpg 555×479 pixels

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