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Japanese Ceramics

Collection by James Whiting


Ceramics by Japanese artists. I've got other ceramics / pottery boards: James Whiting Ceramics, Miscellaneous Ceramics, and Ceramics Videos.

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Japanese pottery art by Makiko Suzuki Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Bowls, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Slab Pottery, Pottery Studio, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Earthenware

Makiko Suzuki | Abundante style う・つ・わと暮らす

Makiko Suzuki - Cups

Originally for the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi. Explore tags: what is wabi-sabi? Pottery Teapots, Ceramic Teapots, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Modern Ceramics, Wabi Sabi, Café Chocolate


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Raku Tea Bowl Tea bowl, ca.), (Japanese, Japan Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports (Raku ware) Tea bowl Raku Pottery, Thrown Pottery, Slab Pottery, Pottery Wheel, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Wabi Sabi, Ceramic Bowls, Ceramic Art

Black Raku Tea Bowl | Japan | Momoyama period (1573–1615) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Chōjirō (1516–?1592). Period: Momoyama period (1573–1615). Date: early 17th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Earthenware with black raku glaze...

(Mud)Bucket: Kuraoka Says to Know: Goro Suzuki Ceramic Boxes, Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Earthenware, Stoneware, Contemporary Ceramics


(Mud)Bucket is a blog about contemporary and indie ceramic art: pottery and sculpture and everything in between. Included are occasional spots about being a student of ceramics and other related technical topics. Occasional posts about non-ceramic, contemporary artists as well.

Tsubo by Kamoda Shoji, Pottery Painting, Ceramic Painting, Ceramic Art, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Earthenware, Stoneware

Japanese Ceramics Now, #13, Weekly Story by Aoyama Wahei, Ceramic Myths, March 7, 2005

Japanese Ceramics Now -- Weekly Column by Aoyama Wahei for E-Yakimono.net