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Oribe-style incense container with design of kudzu  18th century    Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743)   Edo period     Buff clay with white slip, iron and copper pigments under transparent glaze  H: 3.5 W: 8.9 D: 8.9 cm   Kyoto, Japan

Oribe-style incense container with design of kudzu century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay with white slip, iron and copper pigments under transparent glaze H: W: D: cm Kyoto, Japan

乾山銹絵馬図香合 さびえうまずこうごう 江戸時代 18-19c

乾山銹絵馬図香合 さびえうまずこうごう 江戸時代 18-19c

A MAMLUK SILVER AND GOLD-INLAID SPHERICAL BRASS INCENSE BURNER, SYRIA, 15TH CENTURY

A MAMLUK SILVER AND GOLD-INLAID SPHERICAL BRASS INCENSE BURNER, SYRIA, 15TH CENTURY

Tea bowl with pattern of Flower of Bottle Gourd: Ogata Kenzan, early 17th century.  #ceramics #pottery

Tea bowl with pattern of Flower of Bottle Gourd: Ogata Kenzan, early

The Gold Lining

The Gold Lining

Kintsugi—the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold. The idea behind it is that the piece becomes more beautiful and valuable than when it was as new with the gold lovingly put into it.

Dish  Ogata Kenzan  (Japanese, 1663–1743)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 17th–18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Stoneware decorated with white and iron brown slip and blue cobalt under the glaze Dimensions: H. 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm); Diam. 6 7/8 in. (17.5 cm)

Dish Ogata Kenzan (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: ca. century Culture: Japan Medium: Stoneware decorated with white and iron brown slip and blue cobalt under the glaze Dimensions: H.

Tea bowl with design of mountain retreat mid century Ogata Ihachi (Kyoto Kenzan II) active Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron and cobalt pigments under transparent glaze; gold lacquer repairs H: W: cm

Mitsui Muromachi 006

Mitsui Muromachi 006

第60回日本伝統工芸展-公益社団法人日本工芸会

第60回日本伝統工芸展-公益社団法人日本工芸会

Great Wave -- Kitamura Junko, 1993  Kitamura creates modern forms that reflect her upbringing in ancient Kyoto. Inspired by primitive Jomon pottery (10,500-300 BC), Kitamura creates monochrome vessels with mysterious spiral motifs consisting of dots and detailed patterning. After impressing miniscule geometric shapes into patterns reflective of textile, lacquer and other craft motifs, she covers the work in black-brown slip before bisque firing.

A plate a day: Artist: Kitamura Junko / Source: Venice Clay Artists

Incense container by Kenzan

Kenzan-style Red Raku incense container with design of plum century Miura Ken'ya , (Japanese, Edo period White clay; red and white slips, iron pigment, and enamels under transparent lead glaze H: W: D: cm Japan

Natsume Tea Caddy by Akihide, Autumn Flowers by Bamboo Fence; Meiji period; 19th century. Maki-e sprinkled gold and gold foil on black lacquer ground; H: 6.8 cm

Natsume Tea Caddy by Akihide, Autumn Flowers by Bamboo Fence; Maki-e sprinkled gold and gold foil on black lacquer ground;

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