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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...

19th century  Ceramic, Oribe ware; black glaze and white grass design, Diameter: 5 1/2 in.

19th century Ceramic, Oribe ware; black glaze and white grass design, Diameter: 5 1/2 in.

Seattle museum of art,  Square serving dish, early 17th century, Japanese, Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo (1615–1868) period, Mino ware, Oribe style; glazed stoneware, 1 7/8 x 7 3/4 in.,

Seattle museum of art, Square serving dish, early 17th century, Japanese, Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo (1615–1868) period, Mino ware, Oribe style; glazed stoneware, 1 7/8 x 7 3/4 in.,

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Mino (Oribe) ware cha-ire (tea caddy) with futa (lid)  Oribe type, Mino ware.  Glazed stoneware with ivory lid  Centimetres: 10.8 (height), 6.1 (outside diameter)  late 17th to 18th century AD  Early Modern; Edo  Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

Mino (Oribe) ware cha-ire (tea caddy) with futa (lid) Oribe type, Mino ware. Glazed stoneware with ivory lid Centimetres: 10.8 (height), 6.1 (outside diameter) late 17th to 18th century AD Early Modern; Edo Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

ORIBE .Dish in the Shape of an Arrow's Fletching  Momoyama period (1573–1615) early 17th century  Japan Medium: Stoneware with underglaze iron brown and copper-green glaze (Mino ware, Oribe type)。MET Collection

ORIBE .Dish in the Shape of an Arrow's Fletching Momoyama period (1573–1615) early 17th century Japan Medium: Stoneware with underglaze iron brown and copper-green glaze (Mino ware, Oribe type)。MET Collection

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