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pageant of Japanese ceramics

Shoichi Narasaki

pageant of Japanese ceramics

three-colour glazed ware and green glazed ware

by Shoichi Narasaki

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Published in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Shoichi Narasaki ; translated by Hiroko Nishida.
ContributionsNishida, Hiroko.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17052874M

Kintsugi (or Kintsukuroi, which means “golden repair”) is the centuries-old Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with a special lacquer dusted with powdered gold, silver, or platinum. Beautiful seams of gold glint in the cracks of ceramic ware, giving a unique appearance to the piece.3/5(1). The Japanese Pottery Handbook, first published by Kodansha in , has become a classic, beloved by anyone interested in pottery for its practical, step-by-step approach, and homespun , thirty-five years since its publication, authors Penny Simpson and Lucy Kitto have refreshed their work, expanding and adding to the material, re-designing the pages, and re-drawing many of the.

Each of these books has over beautiful color photos of gorgeous Made In Japan ceramics. Book II is produced as a companion volume to Book I and none of the pieces pictured are repeated from the first book. Her first two books having been bestsellers, Carole White produced a 5/5(1).   The Japanese world utsuwa literally means vessel or container, and commonly refers to any kind of cup, plate, dish, or pot. Unlike mass-produced crockery, the spontaneous ceramic form is momentary and fleeting, with an unparalleled warmth and aesthetic : Tomoo Shoken.

Shōji Hamada (濱田 庄司, Hamada Shōji, December 9, – January 5, ) was a Japanese potter. He was a significant influence on studio pottery of the twentieth century, and a major figure of the mingei folk-art movement, establishing the town of Mashiko as a world-renowned pottery centre. [citation needed] In he was designated a "Living National Treasure.   The most comprehensive reference book on Chinese reign marks is Gerald Davison’s The Handbook of Marks on Chinese Ceramics, first published in It lists around 1, marks, including all the major Ming () and Qing () dynasty imperial reign marks in addition to the many studio marks, hall marks and myriad miscellaneous.


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