Moon Rock Mug
With a craggy, faceted surface, this softly speckled mug exudes a rustic look that's satisfying to the touch in cool earthenware. Material Ceramic Size 3.5" wide x 3" tall Capacity 8 oz Care Dishwasher and microwave safe Origin Japan
New Pottery, Pinch Pot Technique
Also known as thumb pot, pinch pot is one of the oldest pottery technique on earth. All you need is a ball of clay and your hands. You start with making a deep hole in the center of the ball with your finger and then pinch the walls up going...
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Gallery of Japanese Potters
The role that pottery has played in development of the Japanese aesthetic and culture has been substantial. Japanese pottery has evolved over the centuries into a high art form. Since the Kamakura period (1183-1333), wood-fired pottery from the six oldest historic Japanese pottery centers (Bizen, Echizen, Tanba, Seto, Shigaraki and Tokoname) helped to cultivate a unique artistic appreciation that represented subtle understated beauty. Zen monks were among the first to extol the virtue and…
Inayoshi Osamu 稲吉 オサム
Two of Inayoshi Osamu's chawans in the Teaware On The Edge Exhibit. I was unfamiliar with Inayoshi's work, so for me it was like the revelation of a magical treasure. He indeed proved to be a magician with clay, and his technique was such simple genius that I was shaking my head at my ignorance for not having seen or thought of it before. The workshop was Inayoshi's first
Best of Kiln - Ginger Birdsey's Pastel Pinch
This week's "best of kiln" award goes to the always fabulous Ginger Birdsey for her gorgeous cup and serving tray set in soft pastels. Chec...
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This is the last art piece of the Japanese tea cup series i have left. As the firing effects are unpredictable, no two pieces of my works are ever the same. The wonderfully speckled effects were naturally created during firing. -Wheel Thrown -Terracota clay bisque fired and then glazed fired at 1200 deg celcius. -Measures 7cm (w) x 6cm (h) -100% functional. Handwash recommended. -Imprinted with my signature below -Carefully packed in a gift box and sent via registered mail!