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Yamamoto Sekisô (1872-1944)
Inuyama yaki
Igumo seiji chawan, a blue tea bowl - Landscape
Signed: Sekisô dôjin sha
Technique: cream glazed Shino style Inuyamayaki, with a blue tetsu-e, iron oxyde underglaze paiting of a landscape Ø 12.8 x 8.8
Box: inscribed
Condition: except for a stress crack, good

inscription: 晴江待岩 Seikô taikan Waiting on the rocks at the bay to clear up

Shino yaki is a kind of Mino-yaki. Mino-yaki is pottery made in Mino area, Japan. It is a type of Japanese pottery traditionally from Mino province, today a part of Gifu Prefecture. In the kinds of Mino-yaki, the tea utensils of Shino have long been popular with tea masters especially. Because the work has a characterful taste of Japanese peoples liking.

Price: EUR 600 / USD 696