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Kenzan-style Tea bowl with design of bamboo, late 19th century. Kyoto workshop, imitation Meiji era. Buff clay; iron pigment under transparent glaze. H: 7.5 W: 12.0 cm. Kyoto, Japan.

Kenzan-style Tea bowl with design of bamboo late century Kyoto workshop, imitation Meiji era Buff clay; iron pigment under transparent glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

Tsujimura Shiro - 'Kohiki' style Chawan                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Tsujimura Shiro - 'Kohiki' style Chawan More

Kenzan style tea bowl with design of crane and flowing water; Japan; late 19th century; Gift of Charles Lang Freer, F1896.100

Kenzan style tea bowl with design of crane and flowing water late century Kyoto workshop, imitation Meiji era Red clay; white slip, iron pigment under transparent lead glaze. H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

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Kanjiro Kawai 1890-1966, three colored tea bowl

Kanjiro Kawai 1890-1966, three colored tea bowl

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Raku teabowl, named Yûgure (Twilight) by Chôjirô Momoyama period

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Kenzan-style food dish with design of gakuso flower late to early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron pigment, and enamels under transparent.

Tea bowl with design of cranes and chrysanthemums early 18th century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743) Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron and cobalt pigments under transparent glaze. H: 7.2 W: 10.4 D: 10.4 cm Kyoto, Freer-Sackler

Tea bowl with design of cranes and chrysanthemums early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron and cobalt pigments under transparent glaze. H: W: D: cm Kyoto, Freer-Sackler

Tea bowl with design of pampas grass  by Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743; Chojiyamachi workshop)  Japan, Edo period,

Tea bowl with design of pampas grass early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, cobalt and iron pigments under transparent glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

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Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku ware Probably Takahashi Dôhachi I Raku-type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware, raku-technique glaze Centimetres: (height), (outside diameter) late - early century Early Modern; Edo period Area of Origin: Kyoto, Japan.

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