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Tea bowl in the style of Hon'ami Koetsu, unknown Raku ware workshop 19th century Edo period or Meiji era. Raku. Japan

Tea bowl in the style of Hon'ami Koetsu, unknown Raku ware workshop 19th century Edo period or Meiji era. Raku. Japan

Teabowl (chawan) of Yellow Seto, Stoneware. Japan, Momoyama Period, 1568-1615 CE.

Teabowl (chawan) of Yellow Seto, Stoneware. Japan, Momoyama Period, 1568-1615 CE.

Tea bowl (ido-chawan), Japan, Hagi, 17th/18th century Ceramics Height 8.6 cm, x 15.1 cm Private collection Courtesy Japan Art Frankfurt http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/japan-and-the-west-the-filled-void/

Tea bowl (ido-chawan), Japan, Hagi, 17th/18th century Ceramics Height 8.6 cm, x 15.1 cm Private collection Courtesy Japan Art Frankfurt http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/japan-and-the-west-the-filled-void/

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Eiraku Hozen

NEZUMI SHINO CHAWAN - Modern Gray Japanese Crackle Glaze Pottery Tea Bowl #2115 - ChanoYu online shop

NEZUMI SHINO CHAWAN - Modern Gray Japanese Crackle Glaze Pottery Tea Bowl #2115

NEZUMI SHINO CHAWAN - Modern Gray Japanese Crackle Glaze Pottery Tea Bowl #2115 - ChanoYu online shop

Tea bowl, possibly Rakuzan ware  18th-mid 19th century #kintsugi #chawan

Tea bowl, possibly Rakuzan ware 18th-mid 19th century #kintsugi #chawan

Chasabel! Korean Ceramics: Ido Chasabal

Chasabel! Korean Ceramics: Ido Chasabal

Okugōrai Tea Bowl (early 17th Century)

Okugōrai Tea Bowl (early 17th Century)

Tea Bowl Joseon dynasty Mid 17th century From the Smithsonian Museums of Asian Art.

Tea Bowl Joseon dynasty Mid 17th century From the Smithsonian Museums of Asian Art.

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