Pinterest
search
Japanese tea ceremony

Sado ~ tea ceremony with wagashi (best fit with green tea) "NZ sakura festival"

Sado (tea ceremony) 茶道༻神*ŦƶȠ*神༺

Sado (tea ceremony) 茶道༻神*ŦƶȠ*神༺

茶道 Cha-no-yu Tea ceremony

Raku Tea Bowl, Honami Koetsu, Japan, early 17th century #mingei

Raku Tea Bowl, Honami Koetsu, Japan, early c.

A Japanese gold lacquer tea caddy (chaire), Meiji period

A Japanese gold lacquer tea caddy (chaire), Meiji period,… - Tea Caddies - Precious Objects - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectab.

Iron Coaster

Japanese ceramics and utensils handcrafted by artisans.

Japanese Tea Ceremony / Könyvek Erdeje

Japanese Tea Ceremony - so beautiful and a true art form done properly January is National Hot Tea Month

Japanese chopstick rest, Hashioki 箸置き

箸置き hashioki, chopstick rest - little cast iron teapots pose for a photo!

Stoneware bowl with celadon, tenmoku and nuka glazes.

Ray@ RMPottery Stoneware bowl with celadon, tenmoku and nuka glazes.

Ryuichiro Hayashi

Ryuichiro Hayashi - The perfect cozy, rustic tea mug

"Feng Ling" style Yixing Chinese teapot

"Feng Ling" style Yixing Chinese teapot

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. iron pigment under transparent glaze.

Goro Suzuki

Chawan, Tea bowl by Goro Suzuki

石原稔久

Studio Ikkoku – Functional Vessels by Japanese Artist Toshihisa Ishihara

A Raku chawan. Grainy black lacquer is sharply interrupted by a jagged granite-like swoop and sudden rough pock-marks. Prompts meditation on the rugged unconquerable beauty of mountains.

A Raku chawan. Grainy black lacquer is sharply interrupted by a jagged granite-like swoop and sudden rough pock-marks. Prompts meditation on the rugged unconquerable beauty of mountains.

Pinterest
Search