Patricia Shone Ceramics

Patricia Shone Ceramics

Potter making wood fired and raku fired ceramics.
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Raku Chojiro (died 1589) the first generation of Japan’s most famous family of ceramic artists represented today by Raku Kichizaemon (born 1949) the 15th generation in the lineage.

Black Raku tea bowl by Raku Chojiro founder of Raku ware under the guidance of Sen no Rikyu, who established chanoyu, the tea ceremony.

Black Raku Ware - Chojiro - Momoyama period 16th century

Raku chawan, named ‘Ayame’, a masterpiece by Chōjirō. It is said to have been used by Rikyū at a tea ceremony held in

Tea bowl, ca. 1575 Tanaka Chôjirô (?), (Japanese, 1516–?1592) Japan Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports (Raku ware)

Tea bowl, ca. 1575 Tanaka Chôjirô, Japan Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports.

The “Kizaemon Ido” Chawan (Tea bowl) 'National Treasures of Japan'

The “Kizaemon Ido” Chawan (Tea bowl) 'National Treasures of Japan'

Hon' ami Koetsu - "Mount Fuji" raku teabowl - Japan - Momoyama period , early 1600's. The Japanese consider this to be the most perfect tea bowl ever made. By the man who almost single-handedly invented the wabi-sabi aesthetic and passed it along to Miyamoto Musashi.

Hon' ami Koetsu - "Mount Fuji" raku teabowl - Japan - Momoyama period , early 1600's. The Japanese consider this to be the most perfect tea bowl ever made. By the man who almost single-handedly invented the wabi-sabi aesthetic and passed it along to Miyamoto Musashi.

辻村 塊 1976 奈良県生まれ 1994 父・辻村史朗に師事 2000 奈良県桜井市に築窯、独立 「ギャラリー縄」にて10/18~26まで「辻村塊展」を開催中 小振りなぐい呑です (4.9×H3.6)

辻村 塊 1976 奈良県生まれ 1994 父・辻村史朗に師事 2000 奈良県桜井市に築窯、独立 「ギャラリー縄」にて10/18~26まで「辻村塊展」を開催中 小振りなぐい呑です (4.9×H3.6)