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Ogata Kenzan.

Dutch style Ember Pot by Ogata Kenzan Narutaki workshop, Japan, Edo period. Courtesy Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution; gift of Charles Lang Freer

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Akaraku Chawan, commonly called "Kaga Kouetsu" by Hon-ami Kouetsu, made in early Edo period .this looks like no aka raku I've ever seen.

The origins of the Chawan, or matcha bowl.

White chawan with a wavering rim. Pale crackled glaze reveals a dark surface. The white glaze is fragile and powerful at once, while the ice-like delicacy of the glaze contrasts with the rock-like surface underneath. Perfect for a winter chanoyu ceremony.

Takiguchi-Kazuo-1998

TAKIGUCHI KAZUO (Japanese)--I'll bet you could do this with air dry paper clay and water colors

Tea bowl with design of blossoming plum tree, unknown Raku ware   19th century Edo period   Raku-type pottery with Black Raku glaze; white slip and cobalt pigment under clear glaze   Kyoto, Japan

Tea bowl with design of blossoming plum tree, unknown Raku ware century Edo period Raku-type pottery with Black Raku glaze; white slip and cobalt pigment under clear glaze Kyoto, Japan

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of plum blossoms | Ogata Kenzan (1643-1743) | Red earthenware with white slip and iron pigment under transparent lead glaze | Meiji era | late 19th century | Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery | F1900.74

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of plum blossoms late century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Meiji era Red earthenware with white slip and iron pigment under transparent lead glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

Ogata Kenzan, original name Ogata Shinsei, also called Kenzan (Japanese: 1663-1743) -  Edo [now Tokyo]) Japanese potter and painter, brother to the artist Ogata Kōrin. He signed himself Kenzan, Shisui, Tōin, Shōkosai, Shuseidō, or Shinshō. Side dish (mukōzuke) with camellia design, stoneware with enamel background and paper-resist blossoms with enamel centres, by Ogata Kenzan, 18th century; in the Brooklyn Museum, New York.

Side dish (mukōzuke) with camellia design, stoneware with enamel background and paper-resist blossoms with enamel centres, by Ogata Kenzan, century; in the Brooklyn Museum, New York.

Tea bowl, reddish brown stoneware, with a marbled glaze, and floral decoration in colours on a cream-coloured patch. It has been mended with gilt lacquer. 18th century, Japan. V&A Museum

Tea bowl, reddish brown stoneware, with a marbled glaze, and floral decoration in colours on a cream-coloured patch. It has been mended with gilt lacquer. 18th century, Japan. V&A Museum

Keizo Fujita(Japanese: 1963) -  Old Vietnamese type guinomi cup

Keizo Fujita(Japanese: - Old Vietnamese type guinomi cup

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