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Fabulös inspiration: In English

Fabulös inspiration: In English

Bowl. Tourmaline over blue rutile.

Bowl. Tourmaline over blue rutile.

Satsuma ware vase  18th-19th century      Edo period or Meiji era     Stoneware with clear, colorless glaze  H: 20.3 W: 9.6 cm   Higashi Ichiki; Miyama, Japan

Satsuma ware vase 18th-19th century Edo period or Meiji era Stoneware with clear, colorless glaze H: 20.3 W: 9.6 cm Higashi Ichiki; Miyama, Japan

Tamba ware storage jar  ca. 1400-1450      Muromachi period     Stoneware with natural ash glaze  H: 38.7 W: 31.6 cm   Tachikui, Japan

Tamba ware storage jar ca. 1400-1450 Muromachi period Stoneware with natural ash glaze H: 38.7 W: 31.6 cm Tachikui, Japan

Chōjirō (Raku I), Tea Bowl named 'Tarobo', 16th century, Red Raku ware; glazed ceramic, Urasenke Foundation

Chōjirō (Raku I), Tea Bowl named 'Tarobo', 16th century, Red Raku ware; glazed ceramic, Urasenke Foundation

snowonredearth:  Odo ware Teabowl 18-19th century Japan.

snowonredearth: Odo ware Teabowl 18-19th century Japan.

by http://gemmacomas.com (I specially like his food photography ... should I pin it here? ;)

by http://gemmacomas.com (I specially like his food photography ... should I pin it here? ;)

MTO modern pottery bowl Medium size sand stoneware grey glaze minimalist modern. $50.00, via Etsy.

MTO modern pottery bowl Medium size sand stoneware grey glaze minimalist modern. $50.00, via Etsy.

I think a pitcher is such a wonderful gift. Meets my essential criteria of beautiful, useful, and something people might not have gotten for themselves.

I think a pitcher is such a wonderful gift. Meets my essential criteria of beautiful, useful, and something people might not have gotten for themselves.

Bowl, 1984 Thomas Hoadley  porcelain 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 x 5 in. (13.3 x 13.3 x 12.7 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of R. Ford Singletary from the collection of Randy M. Leonard 1991.5.3 Smithsonian American Art Museum 4th Floor, Luce Foundation Center

Bowl, 1984 Thomas Hoadley porcelain 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 x 5 in. (13.3 x 13.3 x 12.7 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of R. Ford Singletary from the collection of Randy M. Leonard 1991.5.3 Smithsonian American Art Museum 4th Floor, Luce Foundation Center