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The Japanese and Ceramic Art
Brief History of Japanese Ceramic Art
Characteristic Features of Japanese Pottery
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16th century Aichi Arita ware artistic ash glaze beauty Bizen ware blue and white brown glazes brown iron oxide brush-marked celadon ceramic industry ceramic wares ceramists characteristic color decoration copper-green glaze dish with design E-Garatsu early Ch'ing dynasties earthenware Edo period enamelled porcelain enamelled pottery European Gifu pref gosu Hagi ware Hyogo imitations industrial art influence Japanese ceramic art Japanese pottery Kakiemon Kakiemon-de Karatsu ware Ki-Zeto kilns Kutani ware Kyo ware Kyoto late Ming dynasty later manufactured Meiji milk-white glaze Ming and early Ming dynasty modern Nabeshima ware Ninsei's Oribe ware painted patterns pieces pottery and porcelain pottery wares prefecture produced Raku ware Saga pref Saga prefecture Satsuma ware Seto ware shape Shigaraki ware Shino ware Shosoin sloped kiln specimen style wares Tamba ware tea bowls tea utensils tea-caddies tea-ceremony tea-cult tea-devotees tea-masters tea-votaries technique and style traditional vase ware factory white glaze yellow Yi dynasty pottery