Dick Lehman Pottery | Chawan Tea Bowl | Stamped/Signed | Wood Fired | This tea bowl measures 3.5 inches tall. It's one of 150 pieces that Dick fired in the recent Notre Dame anagama... a 100+ hour firing with mixed hardwoods. He said it was a real dandy firing and he was quite pleased with this nice selection.

Dick Lehman Pottery, a gallery of wood fired, saggar fired, and side fired ceramics and clay in Goshen, Indiana

Japanese Iga Region Pottery

White chawan with a wavering rim. Pale crackled glaze reveals a dark surface. The white glaze is fragile and powerful at once, while the ice-like delicacy of the glaze contrasts with the rock-like surface underneath.

Kumano Kurouemon | chatwan.

Kumano Kurouemon, a unique wood-fire art potter from the snow country on the "back side" of Japan.

Trout Skin Chawan | Dick Lehman

Dick Lehman Pottery, a gallery of wood fired, saggar fired, and side fired ceramics and clay in Goshen, Indiana

meesh's pottery: February 2012

Jeff's been making tea bowls. He has been invited to apply for a tea bowl competition in Korea.

WoodFired Stoneware Tea Bowl / Chawan

WoodFired Stoneware Tea Bowl / (Chawan)

chawan with hikidashi technique by Akira Satake

akira satake ceramics Chawan (tea ceremony bowl) - Hikidashi technique 5 x 5 x inches This chawan will come with tomobako.

Anagama wood fired shino natural fly ash on stoneware chawan matcha Chadogu, fired to cone 13 by Tony Ferguson.

Chawan Matcha Anagama wood fired shino natural fly ash on stoneware Chadogu, fired to cone 13 茶碗

Anagama wood fired shino natural fly ash on stoneware chawan matcha, fired to cone 13 This work is tea, food, dishwasher safe but I do recommend hand washing. x Chadogu or x centimeters Contact me to see if a coupon is available for this item.

hand formes japanese pottery - Google keresés

Chawan Wabi Sabi Japanese Style Shigaraki Clay Tea Bowl Matcha Tea Ceremony Teabowl George Watson, what a wonderful finish

Akira Satake - Chawan (tea bowls)

Japanese potter/artist/musician Akira Satake's website showcases his gallery of functional and sculptural ceramics and his music.

El boyaması

Tea bowl with design of pampas grass early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, cobalt and iron pigments under transparent glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

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