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Tea bowl with net design Japanese, Edo period, 18th–19th century, Seto ware, Revival Oribe type; stoneware, MFA

Japanese Vintage Oribe-yaki 織部焼 or Oribe Ware Mizusashi or Cold Water Container with Lid

Famous Potter, Oribe Pottery, Potter Ichikawa, Chikusen 市川知久銭, Japanese Vintage, Ichikawa Chikusen, Mino Ware, Hagi Yaki, Pottery Kogo

Koie Ruoji. Oribe vessel Glazed stoneware 10 3/8 x 8 1/4 in. Inv# 8051

Koie Ryōji - Joan B Mirviss Ltd

Mino Ware, Oribe Style Bamboo Shoots Dish. Stoneware with Oribe Glaze and Iron Decoration under Clear Glaze. Momoyama to Edo Periods, Circa 17th Century. 8.3cm x 37.0cm.

Japanese Art | Mino ware Oribe style serving dish | F1973.6a-e

A footed, Narumi oribe plate from the 17th century in the collection of the Tokyo National Museum. Narumi oribe ware is recognized by its two clay bodies: one white (with green glaze) and one red (with vivid geometric designs.)

Studio KotoKoto | Furuta Oribe: His Ceramic Legacy (Part 2)

Pete Pinnell


HUGE Oribeware fan. Dish with a handle (tebachi) in the shape of a double fan, Momoyama period (1573–1615), late 16th–early 17th century Japanese.

Toshiko Takaezu

Sturt Permanent Collection : Kawai Takeichi, 1964

Sturt Permanent Collection - Photo Gallery

SHOJI HAMADA,Dish,Christie's,London

Dish sold by Christie's, London, on Wednesday, November 10, 2010

square bowls

Beatrice Wood

Shiho Kanzaki--Shigaraki Tea Bowl

hanne bertelsen. perforated vessel

Black Oribe ware Teabowl Artist/maker unknown, Japanese Geography: Made in Japan, Asia Period: Edo Period (1615-1868), Date: Mid- 18th century Medium: Glazed earthenware (Raku ware) Dimensions: 2 5/8 x 5 1/8 inches (6.7 x 13 cm)

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Teabowl

Shikamaru Takeshita

Shikamaru Takeshita | Facebook

Birmingham museum (UK) Oribe styled dish Production Period: Edo Period (1600-1868) Medium: Stoneware, Ofukeware. Material(s): Stoneware Place of Origin: Ofuke, Japan Dimensions Height: 6.0 cm Width: 25.5 cm

*Ceramic Plate (by Jacqui Ramrayka)

Fine Mess Pottery: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Fine Mess Pottery: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow


Chris Gustin

Tea Bowl [CG007] - $250.00 : Charlie Cummings Gallery

Fergus Stewart, Scottish potter.