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Wise Bowl of the Day holds calmness. Yuichi Ikai

Wise Bowl of the Day holds calmness. Yuichi Ikai

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Kimiko Kotouge

Kimiko Kotouge

A Satsuma vase By the Kinkozan studio, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A Satsuma vase By the Kinkozan studio, Meiji period (late 19th century)

YO THOM (Japanese) - Round Hill Vase

YO THOM (Japanese) - Round Hill Vase

Japan Collection Healing Ksitigarbha / made of Granite / JIZO 地蔵 / H 18 cm

Japan Collection Healing Ksitigarbha / made of Granite / JIZO 地蔵 / H 18 cm

hikidashi chawan by akira satake

hikidashi chawan by akira satake

tea bowl, hikidashi Chawan.    Hikidashi which means “to open drawer and remove” originates from the 16 th century Japanese Mino wood kilns. Tea bowls were placed near the spy holes and pulled out at the height of the firing to gauge if the kiln had reached mature temperature. http://www.unm.edu/~ceschiat/hikidashi.htm

tea bowl, hikidashi Chawan. Hikidashi which means “to open drawer and remove” originates from the 16 th century Japanese Mino wood kilns. Tea bowls were placed near the spy holes and pulled out at the height of the firing to gauge if the kiln had reached mature temperature. http://www.unm.edu/~ceschiat/hikidashi.htm

蚊取り線香  el viejo y querido espiral

蚊取り線香 el viejo y querido espiral

Ceramic 'n Clay Idea

Ceramic 'n Clay Idea

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