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Admin31.07.2021

What’s It Worth?: Lustreware porcelain from Japan

The use of the word "Shoten" indicates the name for a shop which is selling products from its own kiln.
Admin23.06.2021

Imari (Arita) Porcelain

From 1602 onwards, celadon porcelain became popular and there was a gradual shift from slipware to porcelain.
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Admin17.06.2021

Satsuma Ware Guide: Japanese Ceramics (Porcelain)

When baked at a high temperature, ash from the firewood sticks to the clay, melting into the surface and creating a unique finish.
21010
Admin28.07.2021

Japanese porcelain Kutani ware

Mark: " Zoshuntei Sanpo Zu "Zoshun shop Sanpo Made made by Sanpo - a fictitious trade name of Hisatomi Yojibei Masayasu.
24010
Admin20.08.2021

Japanese porcelain Kutani ware

Akazu-yaki 赤津焼 was the first to feature the glaze enamel application technique: ash glaze was used during the Heian period 794-1185 , iron glaze and koseto glaze during the Kamakura period 1185—1333.
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Admin07.07.2021

The A

Stolaroff signed the very first contract allowing imports from Japan.
3400
Admin25.06.2021

Japanese Porcelain Ware

Mark: taimin seika nensei - Great Greatest Ming dynasty Chenghua period 1465-1487 Make 太明成化年製.
79010
Admin04.09.2021

Imari (Arita) Porcelain

It was invented by the 3rd generation Raku family descendant, Raku Donyu.
705
Admin05.07.2021

NIPPON PORCELAIN & NIPPON

During the Azuchi-Momoyama period 1568-1600 , the appearance of enamels kiseto, oribe and shino glaze , together with the growth of tea ceremonies and ikebana, gave Akazu ware a special recognition.
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