Japanese ceramics of the last 100 years
Illustrated survey of the backgrounds, manufacturing methods, designs and motifs, characteristic styles and shapes, and influences of post-1868 Japanese domestic and export porcelain and ceramic wares
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Japan and Her Ceramic Wares before 1868
Tea Tea Masters and the Tea Ceremony
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A. J. Wyatt Arita artist Awata beauty biscuit Bizen blue and white body bowl brown celadon celain China Chinese clay cobalt collection Color Plate coralene beading crackle cup and saucer deco designs disb dish Dohachi enamel enamel decoration export wares firing flowers glaze gold gray green Hamada Hideyoshi Imari Imari wares JAPANESE CERAMICS Japanese pottery jars jigger Jomon Kaga Kaga Province Kakiemon Karatsu Kenzan kiln Korean Kutani Kutani ware Kyoto landscape M-in-Wreath mark Meiji Morse Museum of Art nese nineteenth century Ninsei Nippon wares Noritake Occupied Japan Okakura Oribe overglaze overglaze enamels painted pattern Philadelphia Museum Photograph by A. J. pieces porcelain pre-Nippon produced Raku ware Rikyu Rosanjin Satsuma Satsuma ware Satsuma-style Seto shape Shino shogunate slip stoneware Tamba taste tea ceremony tea master teabowls teapot temperature tion Tokyo Tomimoto type of ware underglaze underglaze blue unglazed unmarked vase Yanagi Soetsu