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  • Mar Shro Gora

    Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743; Edo-Iriya workshop) Japan, Edo period, ca. 1731–43. This looks so contemporary, even pop art-inspired. The more I learn about Japanese ceramics, the more I like them. My interest whetted by Neil MacGregor in the excellent 'History of the World in 100 Objects', e.g. episode 10, the Jomon Pot. http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/ahow/all#playepisode93

  • Holly Polich

    Ogata Kenzan, 18th century Japanese ceramic box

  • l. stremcha

    haruenishikawa: Incense container in the shape of toy top ca. 1731-43 Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743) Edo period Brown clay with white slip, enamels, and iron pigment under lead glaze, enamels over glaze H: 5.4 W: 9.6 cm Tokyo, Japan (Japanese Art | Incense container in the shape of toy top | F1900.76a-b)

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If you make time daily to list all the things you are grateful for, and you milk the feelings of gratitude, you will feel amazing every day. ❤️Your frequency will be high and you will move through your days so happy to be alive, bringing joy wherever you go, positively affecting one person after another. When you live a life like this, everything you want will come before you even ask. ☀️From The Secret Daily Teachings by Rhonda Byrne.

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