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Admin21.06.2021

Antique Nippon Porcelain

Oribe ware Oribe ware is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable for its use of green copper glaze, mat black and bold painted designs.
1702
Admin25.06.2021

Modern Japanese Pottery and Porcelain Marks (窯印): MADE IN JAPAN OR JAPAN

Potters, including Boku Heii and Kin Kai, who arrived in the towns, Kushikino and Ichiki, started kilns within the Han domain.
3406
Admin13.07.2021

Kutani Porcelain

Around 1650, the production comprised simple and rather thick pieces, finished with blue gosu enamel.
7007
Admin01.07.2021

Types of Japanese Pottery and Porcelain

In the Kamakura period 1185—1333 , reddish-brown Bizen ware was preferred, later gaining the favor of shogun Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Sen no Rikyu, the famous master of the tea ceremony.
7006
Admin13.08.2021

Echizen Ware Guide: Japanese Ceramics (Pottery)

Unconfirmed identity but could be Yokoi Sei-Ichi Shoten which closed in 1942.
9203
Admin02.07.2021

Kutani Porcelain

Motifs such as floral patterns, lines, clouds and cranes are carved onto leather-hard ware, which is then coated by a layer of white slip.
3202
Admin14.07.2021

What’s It Worth?: Lustreware porcelain from Japan

After the death of Nunami, Banko yaki disappeared for almost thirty years.
1509
Admin04.08.2021

Japanese Porcelain Marks

Mark: " Zoshuntei Sanpo Zu "Zoshun shop Sanpo Made made by Sanpo - a fictitious trade name of Hisatomi Yojibei Masayasu.
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Admin12.07.2021

What’s It Worth?: Lustreware porcelain from Japan

However, the cost of supplies was high, and the kiln was closed after three years.
8609
Admin14.08.2021

Modern Japanese Pottery and Porcelain Marks (窯印): MADE IN JAPAN OR JAPAN

However his earlier white glaze was not as skilled.
Admin12.06.2021

Japanese Porcelain Ware

Most ara ware, which is unglazed yakishime pottery, consists of miso pots, sake jugs, water vessels, and similar large containers.
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