Ceramic

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Bowl, square

Porcelain, hand painted
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.03.72
18,00 €
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Imari plate

Meiji / Taishô, hand-painted, very good condition
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.60
125,00 €
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Imari plate

hand-painted, different motifs, very good condition
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.63
95,00 €
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Imari plate 2

Meiji / Taishô, hand-painted, very good condition
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.61
135,00 €
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Old bottle, 26 cm

Folk art
Ceramics
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.134
85,00 €
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Plain vase with inscription

Tokoname pottery
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.10.119
210,00 €
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Plate

Ko-Sometsuke porcelain, hand-painted, Meiji- / Taishô,
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.03.59
115,00 €
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Plate

Ko-Sometsuke Porcelain, 19th-20th Century.
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.03.62
95,00 €
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Plate

Ko-Sometsuke porcelain, 19th-20th Jht. very good condition
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.03.64
115,00 €
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Plate

Plate, 2 pieces available
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.66
100,00 €
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Plate Imari, 19th century

Hand-painted porcelain
very good condition
Size: 24/4 cm
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.03.69
from 22,00 €
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Plate, 19th century

Plates, porcelain, 5 pieces, hand-painted
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.01
120,00 €
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Plate, 19th century Edo

Porcelain, marked Ko-Sometsuke
handpainted
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.03.57
155,00 €
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Item n° 15.03.79
19,00 €
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Plates / Porcelain

19th-20th Century hand-painted, 1 set of 2 plates
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.06.36
27,00 €
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Ceramic

Ceramic is the generic term used for many inorganic, non-metallic materials and is used to describe utility and decorative objects (bowls, roof tiles, etc.). This is divided into e.g. earthenware, stoneware, but also porcelain, furthermore there are special masses.
The production of the various ceramics requires various techniques, such as ovens and firing temperature. Exemplary: Raku, anagama ovens...

Some examples of world famous centres of ceramics and porcelain manufacturing in Japan are Bizen, Hagi, Imari, Arita, and Kyoto.
On this page you will find some pieces that have been made in various centres.
Please also note the ceramics under the headings Ikebana and -tea way.

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