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Nic Collins | Straight-sided Tea Bowl | Shino & natural ash glaze

Nic Collins | Straight-sided Tea Bowl | Shino & natural ash glaze

Nic Collins | Tea Bowl | Teabowl | Shino & natural ash glaze

Nic Collins | Tea Bowl | Teabowl | Shino & natural ash glaze

Ceramics by Phil Rogers at Studiopottery.co.uk - Yunomi, 2007.

Ceramics by Phil Rogers at Studiopottery.co.uk - Yunomi, 2007.

Stoneware Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed with Carbon Trap Shino | Michael Coffee | Shyrabbit

Handmade Smaller Stoneware Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed with Carbon Trap Shino

Stoneware Matcha Chawan Teabowl Tea Ceremony Glazed with Carbon Trap Shino | Michael Coffee | Shyrabbit

Porcelain tea-cup with oxblood glaze, made by Laura Andreson in 1979

Porcelain tea-cup with oxblood glaze, made by Laura Andreson in 1979

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Schaller Gallery | Cathi Jefferson | Tea Bowl

Schaller Gallery | Cathi Jefferson | Tea Bowl

Charlie Olson will be a guest potter at Rick Hintze's studio in Johnson Creek, WI for the 5th Annual Spring Pottery Tour 2016 – April 30 & May 1st, 10am-5pm each day. For more info visit: http://theclaycollective.org

Charlie Olson will be a guest potter at Rick Hintze's studio in Johnson Creek, WI for the 5th Annual Spring Pottery Tour 2016 – April 30 & May 1st, 10am-5pm each day. For more info visit: http://theclaycollective.org

Suzuki Osamu, Japan (b.1934) |  Mino-based artist specialising in Shino wares. The technology of Shino wares was originally developed in Mino in the late sixteenth century. It was used primarily to produce imitations of imported Chinese porcelain, but it was also harnessed to the making of an important body of tea wares.

Suzuki Osamu, Japan (b.1934) | Mino-based artist specialising in Shino wares. The technology of Shino wares was originally developed in Mino in the late sixteenth century. It was used primarily to produce imitations of imported Chinese porcelain, but it was also harnessed to the making of an important body of tea wares.

Paddled Yunomi | Phil Rogers | 2007

Paddled Yunomi | Phil Rogers | 2007

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