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Spouted bowl, fluted, Kohiki style

Spouted bowl, fluted, Kohiki style

theclayhouse:  Kizaemon Tea-Bowl, Korea, 16th Century (used for Japanese Tea Ceremony, 17th Century).“This single Tea-bowl is considered to be the finest in the world. When I saw it, my heart fell. … So simple, no more ordinary thing could be imagined. …The clay had been dug from the hill at the back of the house; the glaze was made with the ash from the hearth; the potter’s wheel had been irregular. The shape revealed no particular thought: it was one of many. The work had been fast; the…

theclayhouse: Kizaemon Tea-Bowl, Korea, 16th Century (used for Japanese Tea Ceremony, 17th Century).“This single Tea-bowl is considered to be the finest in the world. When I saw it, my heart fell. … So simple, no more ordinary thing could be imagined. …The clay had been dug from the hill at the back of the house; the glaze was made with the ash from the hearth; the potter’s wheel had been irregular. The shape revealed no particular thought: it was one of many. The work had been fast; the…

A cloisonne enamel begging bowl from China in the period of 1450-57. Found in A & J Speelman

A cloisonne enamel begging bowl from China in the period of 1450-57. Found in A & J Speelman

Kyoto ware tea caddy, 19th century  Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, active ca. 1646-77)

Kyoto ware tea caddy, 19th century Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, active ca. 1646-77)

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