Green Oribe glaze covers the lined surface of this massive Oribe platter by Yamada Masakazu. The dish retains the original exhibition tag on the base titled Oribe Senmon O-sara, exhibition number 4432, and is almost identical to a plate submitted to the 33rd National Traditional Crafts Exhibition in 1986. The dish is 20-1/2 inches (51 cm) diameter, there is no box.   Yamada Masakazu (b. 1951) has made his mark in the world of Mino wares, beginning with Shino and then concentrating on Orib...

Green Oribe glaze covers the lined surface of this massive Oribe platter by Yamada Masakazu. The dish retains the original exhibition tag on the base titled Oribe Senmon O-sara, exhibition number 4432, and is almost identical to a plate submitted to the 33rd National Traditional Crafts Exhibition in 1986. The dish is 20-1/2 inches (51 cm) diameter, there is no box. Yamada Masakazu (b. 1951) has made his mark in the world of Mino wares, beginning with Shino and then concentrating on Orib...

Abstract Sunlit Forest Oribe Ware Collection Japanese Oribe Plate

Abstract Sunlit Forest Oribe Ware Collection Japanese Oribe Plate

Kimbell art museum Handled cake plate Japan Edo period (1615–1868) c. 1650 Stoneware with transparent glaze, iron oxide, and colored enamels (Oribe ware) 4 13/16 x 8 x 7 13/16 in. (12.3 x 20.3 x 19.9 cm)

Kimbell art museum Handled cake plate Japan Edo period (1615–1868) c. 1650 Stoneware with transparent glaze, iron oxide, and colored enamels (Oribe ware) 4 13/16 x 8 x 7 13/16 in. (12.3 x 20.3 x 19.9 cm)

Oribe pottery - late Edo Period C.1860 brazier. Brown feldspar markings along with the trademark Oribe olive green glazes on a white hagi base.

Oribe pottery - late Edo Period C.1860 brazier. Brown feldspar markings along with the trademark Oribe olive green glazes on a white hagi base.

An Oribe-yaki ware made at Aichi

An Oribe-yaki ware made at Aichi

Shigemasa Higashida

Shigemasa Higashida

Artist: Shigemasa Higashida, Title: Oribe Futamono #9 - click for larger image

Artist: Shigemasa Higashida, Title: Oribe Futamono #9 - click for larger image

Sam Hoffman Pottery

Sam Hoffman Pottery

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