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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

Kenzan-style Black Raku tea bowl with design of pines. 19th century. Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743). Edo period. Clay; black lead glaze, enamel over glaze. H: 8.1 W: 12.0 D: 12.0 cm. Kyoto, Japan.

An Oribe Kogo [Incense Box] Edo period (17th-18th century) Of lobed form, the cover with a small finial, decorated in green Oribe glaze with a geometric design of three lines in iron black and white glazes, with shifuku [carrying pouch] and wood box 6.2cm. wide

Incense Burner TeePee that smokes, Ceramic Navy Blue and White, Native American Aztec Design, Stoneware Clay Pottery, Unique Yogi Gift

Incense Burner TeePee that smokes, Ceramic Navy Blue and White, Native American Aztec Design, Stoneware Clay Pottery, Unique Namaste Gift by JessicaHicklin on Etsy:

Bowl with openwork and tatsutagawa design, 18th century, H-11.4D-20W9.7 , by Ogata Kenzan | MIHO MUSEUM

Box for writing utensils In the style of Ogata Kenzan (Japanese, 1663–1743) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Culture: Japan Medium: Clay with crackled glaze, decorated on outside and inside (Kyoto ware, Kenzan style) Dimensions: H. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm); W. 8 in. (20.3 cm); L. 9 in. (22.9 cm) Classification: Ceramic

Bowl with openwork and hydrangeas design, 18th century, Ogata Kenzan | MIHO MUSEUM