Works by Masahiro Kishida

Cup – Madara (Mottled) Karatsu by Masahiro Kishida

70,00

Madara Karatsu has a mottled surface ranging from clear to creamy white with a range of blue to black mottling. This cup shows fresh expression of this type and has beautiful dripping lines of the glaze.

Masahiro Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Because of the handmade nature of this product, each plate is unique and vary in measurements and color.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

SKU: MK19-TB-BK-009 Categories: , , , Tags: , , , ,
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Kohiki plate, White (Medium) by Masahiro Kishida

80,00

This plate is called Egaratsu which is one of the famous technique in Karatsu ware. The Kishida’s plate has playful lines and rich expression by the glaze.

Masahiro Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Because of the handmade nature of this product, each plate is unique and vary in measurements and color.

The first image in the series of pictures shows the available product.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

SKU: MK19-PL-WH-015 Categories: , , , Tags: , , ,
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Guinomi (Sake cup) – Madara (Mottled) Karatsu by Masahiro Kishida

150,00

This guinomi (Sake cup) by Masahiro Kishida is called Madara (Mottled) Karatsu and provides you a smoother taste of your sake. Rice straw ash is the main ingredient in this opaque, milky glaze which was first seen in Japan in the Old Karatsu kilns of the 16th century. The glaze, iron in the clay body, clay texture, and pine ash from the kiln fuel all interact to produce a mottled surface ranging from clear to creamy white with a range of blue to black mottling. You can enjoy the function and visual pleasure at the same time.
This work is accompanied with an order-made wooden box titled, signed and sealed by the artist.

Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

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Kohiki plate, White (Small) by Masahiro Kishida

35,00

This small plate is called Egaratsu which is one of the famous technique in Karatsu ware. The Kishida’s plate has playful lines and rich expression by the glaze.

Masahiro Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Because of the handmade nature of this product, each plate is unique and vary in measurements and color.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

SKU: MK19-PL-WH-010 Categories: , , , Tags: , , , ,
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Kohiki plate, Cream (Small) by Masahiro Kishida

35,00

This small plate is called Egaratsu which is one of the famous technique in Karatsu ware. The Kishida’s plate has playful lines and rich expression by the glaze.

Masahiro Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Because of the handmade nature of this product, each plate is unique and vary in measurements and color.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

SKU: MK19-TB-BK-013 Categories: , , , Tags: , , , ,
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Tea bowl – Chosen (Korean) Karatsu by Masahiro Kishida

600,00

This tea bowl by Masahiro Kishida is a great example of the artist’s dedicated craftsmanship. Its blue, grey and black glaze is specific to the Chosen (Korean) Karatsu pottery style. The colors are perfect match with green tea. You can enjoy the function and visual pleasure at the same time.
This work is accompanied with an order-made wooden box titled, signed and sealed by the artist.

Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

SKU: MK19-TB-CH-002 Categories: , , , Tags: , , ,
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Guinomi (Sake cup) – Madara (Mottled) Karatsu by Masahiro Kishida

150,00

This guinomi (Sake cup) by Masahiro Kishida is called Madara (Mottled) Karatsu and provides you a smoother taste of your sake. Rice straw ash is the main ingredient in this opaque, milky glaze which was first seen in Japan in the Old Karatsu kilns of the 16th century. The glaze, iron in the clay body, clay texture, and pine ash from the kiln fuel all interact to produce a mottled surface ranging from clear to creamy white with a range of blue to black mottling. You can enjoy the function and visual pleasure at the same time.
This work is accompanied with an order-made wooden box titled, signed and sealed by the artist.

Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

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Tokkuri (Sake bottle) – Madara (Mottled) Karatsu by Masahiro Kishida

320,00

This Tokkuri (Sake Bottle) by Masahiro Kishida is called Madara (Mottled) Karatsu. Rice straw ash is the main ingredient in this opaque, milky glaze which was first seen in Japan in the Old Karatsu kilns of the 16th century. The glaze, iron in the clay body, clay texture, and pine ash from the kiln fuel all interact to produce a mottled surface ranging from clear to creamy white with a range of blue to black mottling.
This work is accompanied with an order-made wooden box titled, signed and sealed by the artist.

Kishida creates all his works from scratch, literary digging soil and making cray according to traditional methods. His diligence and keen ability to pursue his own beauty, accompanies with function representing long and deep history of Karatsu ware and showing us future of creation.

Made in Karatsu, Saga prefecture, Japan

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