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Tea pot

350,00

Tea pot by one of the living master ceramists in Japan, Teppei Ono. Ono was born in Ehime, Japan in 1958. Currently he works and lives in Kami-shi, Kochi prefecture.

In 1985, master potter Ono Teppei built a kiln on a small mountain in Tokoname. Later, in 2001, he built another which took three years to finish. He creates clay vessels in his personal quest to be free, writing that the power of art is not only resistance, but also the release of emotions that brings freedom.

Ono’s work is very reliable for daily use and expresses the simple lifestyle of our human being. Bold and rustic work must bring you warm and comfortable time for sure. 

Made in Kochi prefecture, Japan.

SKU: SP20-TP-GR-TO-002 Categories: , , , ,
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Tea pot

350,00

Tea pot by one of the living master ceramists in Japan, Teppei Ono. Ono was born in Ehime, Japan in 1958. Currently he works and lives in Kami-shi, Kochi prefecture.

In 1985, master potter Ono Teppei built a kiln on a small mountain in Tokoname. Later, in 2001, he built another which took three years to finish. He creates clay vessels in his personal quest to be free, writing that the power of art is not only resistance, but also the release of emotions that brings freedom.

Ono’s work is very reliable for daily use and expresses the simple lifestyle of our human being. Bold and rustic work must bring you warm and comfortable time for sure. 

Made in Kochi prefecture, Japan.

SKU: SP20-TP-WH-TO-001 Categories: , , , , Tags: , ,
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Plate

200,00

Plate by one of the living master ceramists in Japan, Teppei Ono. Ono was born in Ehime, Japan in 1958. Currently he works and lives in Kami-shi, Kochi prefecture.

In 1985, master potter Ono Teppei built a kiln on a small mountain in Tokoname. Later, in 2001, he built another which took three years to finish. He creates clay vessels in his personal quest to be free, writing that the power of art is not only resistance, but also the release of emotions that brings freedom.

Ono’s work is very reliable for daily use and expresses the simple lifestyle of our human being. Bold and rustic work must bring you warm and comfortable time for sure. 

Made in Kochi prefecture, Japan.

SKU: SP20-PL-WH-TO-001 Categories: , Tags: , , ,
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Tea bowl

270,00

Tea bowl by Shigeyoshi Morioka

Morioka was born in Nara prefecture in 1948.
In 1974, Morioka established a kiln on the Land in Amano in Ito County near Mt. Koya in Kii Providence.
His work expresses the strength and softness of nature. This tea bowl is just a perfect for making both koicha and usucha. You can find marvelous colors in this work.

His work is collected worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Wood Fired
Made in Amano, Wakayama prefecture, Japan

SKU: SP20-TB-GR-SM-002 Categories: , , , , Tags: ,
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Tea bowl

300,00

Tea bowl by Shigeyoshi Morioka

Morioka was born in Nara prefecture in 1948.
In 1974, Morioka established a kiln on the Land in Amano in Ito County near Mt. Koya in Kii Providence.
His work expresses the strength and softness of nature. This tea bowl is just a perfect for making both koicha and usucha. You can find marvelous colors in this work.

His work is collected worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Wood Fired
Made in Amano, Wakayama prefecture, Japan

SKU: SP20-TB-BE-SM-001 Categories: , , , , Tags: ,
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Tea bowl

270,00

Tea bowl by Shigeyoshi Morioka

Morioka was born in Nara prefecture in 1948.
In 1974, Morioka established a kiln on the Land in Amano in Ito County near Mt. Koya in Kii Providence.
His work expresses the strength and softness of nature. This tea bowl is just a perfect for making both koicha and usucha. You can find marvelous colors in this work.

His work is collected worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Wood Fired
Made in Amano, Wakayama prefecture, Japan

SKU: SP20-TB-BE-SM-003 Categories: , , , ,
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Tea bowl

300,00

Tea bowl by Shigeyoshi Morioka

Morioka was born in Nara prefecture in 1948.
In 1974, Morioka established a kiln on the Land in Amano in Ito County near Mt. Koya in Kii Providence.
His work expresses the strength and softness of nature. This tea bowl is just a perfect for making both koicha and usucha. You can find marvelous colors in this work.

His work is collected worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Wood Fired
Made in Amano, Wakayama prefecture, Japan

SKU: SP20-TB-BE-SM-004 Categories: , , , ,
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Katakuchi (Spouted Bowl)

140,00

Katakuchi (Spouted Bowl) with ginsai (silver) interior by Tatsuya Hattori.

Hattori was born in Tajimi city, Gifu prefecture where has ample history of pottery and ceramic. Every single his work is created carefully and gently. It’s quite obvious details tell how Hattori delicates himself to make a form and shape. This “katakuchi” overgrazed with silver is just elegant and show the unique presence with guaranteed quality.

Made in Gifu, Japan

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